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Gilbert Claes

Documentary in black and white

In association with L.Type by LumeJet

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Brief

Although documentary photography can, and should, be done in any colour, there's a certain historic legacy surrounding black and white documentary photos. This is a medium that takes away all the distractions of colour and enables the viewer to focus in on the primary subject and its tones, textures and shapes. Monochrome shots are a great way to carry a story - so why not try it out for yourself.

The crowd's favourite wins premium L.Type prints worth over £30.

Prize details

The crowd's favourite wins premium L.Type prints worth over £30. Print with the world's only 400ppi true continuous tone printer – beautiful prints for serious photographers. Various sizes available including A4, A3 and even 1m panoramas.

The winning discount code may be used for any online order and UK or International shipping in a single transaction at lumejet.com within 28 days.

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