Their attraction was black and white.
Isn’t is curious when you make a color photograph but the predominant color palette of the subject is black and white?
It’s soccer season again in Albuquerque. On the sidelines I sometimes see interesting people from all around the city, and even some from neighboring Indian reservations. I’m not always in […]
Q) What’s black and white but green all over? A) This blooming cactus in Saguaro National Park West, in Tucson, Arizona. Henry Horenstein, if you are out there, I hope […]
This is another of my Wynwood, Miami street candids. I’m sure she planned her outfit because she came armed with a grandmother to take her photograph using an Iphone. At […]
This is my second entry into our sixth photo assignment (see the original task here). The fun about taking pictures in black and white is that when you shoot in monochromatic […]
For one reason or another, it’s been a while since I’ve used my camera. Damn the iPhone for being so portable. In any case, this Snap Mamma needs to get […]
This is my final installment for our sixth photographic assignment: six Black and White images. The image below documents a moment just prior to the start of a recent Shotokan Karate clinic. […]
Textures and shapes may receive more generous attention when given a Black and White treatment. This is my 5/6 installment from our 6th photo assignment. Sycamore trees produce a bristled […]
This is my third entry into our sixth photo assignment (see the original task here). The contrast between black and white is never more pronounced than when we look at […]