Tuesday 24 April, 2012 | By Edo

Photography of Marvin Stavars

Stumbled upon the portfolio of Polish Photographer Marvin Stavars. Lot’s of photog’s tend to desaturate their photos for “atmosphere”. Maybe I’m just being a hater but I can rarely connect to the message they are trying to send when they use that technique, most times it’s just a black and white photo. I’m a designer by trade so I’m not really sure what goes into photography most of the time. However, somehow I can tell when a photo is built rather than shot. I felt that when I looked at these examples of B/W photos of Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo and more in his portfolio.

Stunning photos. Inspiring me to go out and use my camera for once.
For more of Martin’s work, check out his website at martinstavars.com

About the author

Co-Founder/Creative Director, Edwin has been applying his years of experience in the graphic/web design + development to SNTRL since day one. Highly interested in all forms of sub-culture, especially JDM cars, fighting games, street art, street wear, and the fascinating world of Dubstep. Follow @yo_edo to keep up with his quirky tweets about daily life in NYC.

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