Beyond Black and White

Photo essay: People & places

by Mana Atashfaraz

Armin Salami

  thanks for

by Armin Salami on


thanks for sharing your Pictures with us. they are beautiful.

Anahid Hojjati

Great pictures

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thanks for sharing them with us.

Esfand Aashena

Ari jaan no can see!

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I agree that the photos are really good, wonderful, but some are too "abstract" for my taste!  Albeit playfully abstract!  And I also have this thing about BW photos but in this series they are really not BW, rather 3 colors!

I have no idea what you talking about appearing single, at least it can't be seen in one frame.  The whole taking pictures of self in mirrors are so overdone and the excess of digital world!  The good ones were on paper where the photographer had to pay for it to be printed so they took few and far in between! 

Everything is sacred

Ari Siletz


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Some of the images are delightully playful. An obvious example is #58. The photo you don't like, #59, sneakily makes the the lady in grey appear single again. Can you see how?

Though I'm sure that wasn't the artist's intent in this self portrarit : )

Esfand Aashena

Nice pictures! I didn't like this one ...

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Usually me or others state the good ones but this time I chose the pic above as the least favorite.  What is it?!  Robert Deniro and friend in Taxi Driver standing up in front of the mirror and asking in unisom you-talking-to-me?  talking-to-me?!

Everything is sacred

Jahanshah Javid


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You said it Ari. I really enjoyed her work. My favorite is probably the crow captured in flight (#3). Luck had something to with it but when you see her body of work it becomes clear that she has a knack for framing moments that turn reality into art.

Ari Siletz

Clever eye and...

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...vivacious soul.