Black and White Photography

Black and White Photography by Alexander Nesbitt

Black and White photograph of flip flops at on the board walk at the edge of the beach

Black and white images carry moods and emotions in a much different way than color images making them more poetic and nostalgic as well as emotionally accessible.  Here is a collection of some of Nesbitt’s Black and white photography, both black and white Newport images and travel images

  • Newport Foggy Bridge black and white hand coated aluminum print

    Newport Foggy Bridge Black and white – Hand-Coated Aluminum Print

    $ 175.00

    Twelve Meter Intrepid sails under the fog covered Newport Bridge – black & white version

    8″ x 12″ inkjet print on hand-coated aluminum

  • goat island lighthouse black and white on hand coated aluminum

    B&W Goat Island Lighthouse – Hand-Coated Aluminum Print

    $ 175.00

    Goat Island Lighthouse with the Newport Bridge in light fog – black & white version

    8″ x 12″ inkjet print on hand-coated aluminum

  • Goat Island Light house black and white

    Goat Island Light House Black and White

    $ 30.00$ 1,900.00

    Goat Island Light House in Black & White – a Fine Art Photograph. The Goat Island Light shines through the mist near the Newport Bridge in a classic New England harbor scene.

  • Resilient fishing boat at state pier Newport


    $ 30.00$ 1,900.00

    Resilient emerges from the fog- a Fine Art Photograph – A commercial fishing boat named ‘Resilient’ emerging from the fog at the state fishing pier in Newport RI.  A great metaphor for all of us.

  • Foggy Bridge Black and White

    Foggy Bridge Black and White

    $ 30.00$ 2,500.00

    Twelve meter Intrepid sails under the fog covered Newport bridge. Newport, RI

  • J boat Endeavour

    $ 45.00

    J boat Endeavour sailing in glittering light of cliff walk, Newport, RI

  • photo collage of the williamsburg bridge

    Williamsburg Bridge – Framed 13×20

    Sale! $ 175.00

    Spanning the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the Williamsburg Bridge is a suspension bridge dating to the late 1890’s. Its criss-crossing lines are exaggerated by a daring move by Alexander Nesbitt to climb high up in the structure and then shoot multiple frames that were later pieced together to form a very wide angle view. This digitized version is black and white, and is centered on a print sized 13×20, situated in a white mat and framed in a black gallery style frame. Frame may have very minor scratches.

    Image size: 13×20

    Frame dimensions: 20×26

    Print edition number: 3/50

  • black and white image of crashing waves at sachuest beach 24x36 dye sublimation print

    Sachuest Gull – 24×36 Dye Sublimation

    $ 990.00

    A seagull flies away from a crashing wave at Sachuest Beach. This 36″ wide black and white piece is a dye sublimation print on aluminum in a semi-gloss finish. Its a great fit for anyone who loves the look of aluminum but has a lot of direct light in the area.

    Image size: 24×36

    Dye sublimation print on aluminum with float backing, semi-gloss finish

    Print edition number: 3/25

  • black and white image of the newport bridge under a full moon

    Full Moon over Newport Bridge – Framed 8×10

    $ 155.00

    Full moon twinkles like the lights on the Newport Bridge. The perfect piece for any lover of Newport and black & white photography. The 8×10 image is framed in a matte black gallery style frame.

    Image size: 7×10

    Framed dimension: 12×16

  • image of zebras printed on canvas

    Zebras in Ngorongoro – 17.5×26 Canvas

    $ 375.00

    Texture and stripes! This 26″ wide canvas shows a close up of zebras, taken while on safari in Tanzania.

    Image size: 17.5×26

    Gallery wrap canvas – stretcher depth is 2″

    Print edition number: 4/50

  • Nesbitt_Walsh surfing Ruggles

    Surfing Ruggles – Hand-Coated Aluminum Print

    $ 150.00

    8″ x 12″ inkjet print on hand prepared and coated aluminum

  • Sachuest Gull

    $ 30.00$ 1,900.00

    Seagull swoops across the frame above a pair of cresting waves towards Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge.