Posts Tagged “Black & White”
I found a piece of glass in my basement, most likely from an old picture frame. I added some acrylic paint to the glass and took two clips and attached them to the bottom so they could act as feet and keep the glass standing upright. For lighting I used two softboxes. My process…set the…
The Cambridge Junction Bridge, in Cambridge, Vermont.
I spent about fifteen minutes trying to think of a name for this image and the only thing I think of when I look at it is, “The egg, a symbol of life” from the song by the Beastie Boys, Eggman. It goes like this: “The egg a symbol of life Go inside your house…
This is a black and white photograph of a ladder on the side of a train car.
I love black & white photography, there’s something about the stripped down-ness, the lack of color, the classic look, that appeals to me. Mix that with my (somewhat recent) love for bracketed photography (HDR – High Dynamic Range) and this beautiful state I live in called Vermont and you get the results below. Enjoy!
photography | things i saw Image Title, Time and Date: Bodies Everywhere – 8:05pm – January 05, 2011 Location: West Bolton, Vermont Project: Things I Saw Photo Galleries – A 365 Project Consecutive Day Count: 1096 Description: Action figures go in the “guys bin”.