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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Oct 16, 2005.
Yes the eyes sure have it.
I just don't care for B/W :<(((
Something i guess i need to learn to appreciate.
When I was young we did not have color. So when color came around I was thrilled. So never could appreciate the B/W..
Although I enjoy reading Adams books for light and shadow aspects of photography to apply to color. (or try to)
I have a friend that shoots a very unique way and enjoy his images alot.
Have a big one hanging on my wall...Go figure.
Check James out.. You may be pleasantly surpised.
There are a few reasons I am doing this series in B&W. First because I like the contrast in B&W images. Secondly because Iliah told me "You need to learn to see light before you can see color". Most of these shots are taken under very mixed lighting and nearly impossible to get a good WB so the color will never look right.
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Actually, most of my B&W attempts were preconceived before capture.
By seeing the light I assumed all things. Quality, quantity, and diversity of light.
I love that LAB book. :smile: Rarely do I pass up a challenge. :wink: I may delay it due to the time needed apply the corrective meaures properly. :tongue:
I always take you posts that way. LOL :tongue:
I am being a post thief for a second here. Forgive me.
Paul check out the link I gave cwilt. For great B/W
In fact I got to see James today at the Craft fair and have some images I will post in the next couple days.
One must see light and shadows.....
Which I am bad at both.
Your daughter is just beautiful. All of your captures are just darling. I like b/w especially the ones you've posted where you brought the color back into her eyes.
She is precious!
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