Darkness at Noon: Long Exposures and ND Filters

written by: Cole Thompson

Ask Cole Thompson why he works in black and white, and he’ll offer the notion that it’s because he grew up in a black and white world. Television, movies and the news were all in black and white, as were the heroes he found in photography. The images he makes are an extension of that world. Color records the image, but black and white capture the feelings that lie beneath the surface. As a young fine art photographer, Thompson’s hero was Ansel Adams, whom he once met. However, a career in business delayed his inevitable vocation in photography until 2004, Read more »