“Wrapped in muffled eeriness”

by • February 17, 2012 • ...for the weekend, Exposure Magazine, GalleryComments (1)828

If you’ve read the article yesterday about B&W convertors, you’ll know weve been paying this some attention recently – following the talk by Robert Norbury but also having followed photographers who achieve amazing and transfixing imagery without resorting to colour. And so, we asked Olivier to share a set of his images with us…

I try to bring a sense of mystery and atmosphere to most of my photographs. This is made easier when fog sets in, wrapping our surroundings in muffled eeriness. These photographs were shot in Leeds, Halifax and also at the top of Whernside where I didn’t get the chance to enjoy the view!

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Currently based in Halifax, I arrived in West Yorkshire from France just over 8 years ago. I seem to always get drawn back to taking black and white photographs of architecture, countryside and occasionally cars… You can see a sample of my work in my online folio and more pictures on

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One Response to “Wrapped in muffled eeriness”

  1. MikeC366 says:

    Some lovely shots there Olivier. Just the other week, managed to get out on that snowy Sunday morning and got quite a few. These 3 are my favourites though.

    Thank you for sharing. I cannot help going back to b&w a lot myself currently too.


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