Using black and white images to draw out the power of London’s architecture, self-taught photographer Nicolas Lescot gives a unique glimpse into the capital city. Letting himself get lost in London, his sharply contrasted images challenge viewers to perceive London architecture in a new way.
Lescot doesn’t always shoot in black and white, but with this series, it was a purposeful choice. “This time I wanted to play with shapes, lines, architecture styles and their contrast,” the photographer shares with us via email. “I did not want the colors’ power to interfere with the understanding of my intention. Also, …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: My Modern Met