Entries by Joel


Post processing in black and white photography

In this first and free mini tutorial you will find the creative thought process of an image that marks a turning point in my black and white photography processing and that’s among one of my all time favourites even though this isn’t my most popular image among the public.

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Jeff Gaydash in the spotlight

  Jeff Gaydash is an international award-winning Black and White Fine-art artist who has won some of the most coveted prizes in international photography competitions like the IPA and PX3 awards. Jeff lives in Troy, Michigan close to Detroit where he also runs his print studio for exhibition quality digital black and white photographic reproductions. […]

1st place at IPA 2011 for Joel Tjintjelaar

I’m happy to announce that I’ve received news that my Frozen Music series of 5 B&W architectural photographs was awarded 1st place in the prestigious International Photography Awards 2011 (IPA2011) in the architecture category. Furthermore my individual images Zenith and Dead-end were awarded with Honorable mentions. I came in 2nd in the same competition last […]

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Susan Burnstine in the spotlight

Susan Burnstine is an award winning fine art and commercial photographer originally from Chicago now based in Los Angeles. Susan is represented in galleries across the world, widely published throughout the globe and has also written for several photography magazines, including a monthly column for Black & White Photography (UK). Nominated for the 2009 Santa […]

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Marc Koegel in the spotlight

If you are new to this series of Spotlight interviews: my aim is to interview renowned and established fine art photographers who have made their mark in the world of photography and share their vision on fine art photography with our readers. As some of the regular visitors of www.bwvision.com may have noticed, I see […]