Photographer David Benjamin Sherry is a Los Angeles-based photographer whose monochromatic 2014 series Climate Vortex Sutra is a stunning collection of images capturing various geological landscapes through the filter of a single color.
Some of the majestic landscapes captured and colored by photographer David Benjamin Sherry includes the Oregon and California coasts, the rocks of Utah, Wyoming and Montana.
When shown together in an exhibition, the stark contrast of the hues is fully felt, a feature that is highlighted by the black and white images that are a part of the series and a large color swatch scale leaning at one end of the gallery.
Color has long been a theme heavily explored through his work, but this current manifestation is particularly captivating.
Climate Vortex Sutra by Photographer David Benjamin Sherry is Vibrant
1. Monochromatic Landscape Photography - The trend towards monochromatic landscape photography captures various geological landscapes through the filter of a single color.
2. Black and White Imaging - The resurgence of black and white imaging as part of a series, emphasizing stark contrasts and highlighting the dominant monochromatic color of the work.
3. Landscape Exploration - The trend towards landscape exploration features the majestic landscapes of Oregon, California, Utah, Wyoming and Montana.
1. Photography - There is significant opportunity for disruptive innovation within the photography industry, including the development of new and innovative techniques for capturing landscapes and exploring the powerful visual impact of color.
2. Art - As a subset of the art industry, there is significant potential for new approaches to monochromatic landscape art, particularly in terms of exploring the use of color and black and white imaging as complementary artistic elements.
3. Tourism - The trend towards landscape exploration and appreciation could present opportunities for disruptively innovative tourist experiences or services, such as more immersive land tours or virtual reality explorations.