This week we are exploring one of my favorite types of images. Black and White. One of the things that drew me to photography to begin with was Ansel Adams and his black and white landscapes. Much as I hate to admit it, I don’t process many images as black and white anymore. Before digital images, you had to buy film for black and white or film for color, so you had no chance to change your mind after the fact. With the age of digital photography, everything you shoot is in color and you can choose to turn any image into black and white if you would like too. Processing these as black and white reminds me how much I do love black and white and it’s not as easy as just clicking black and white on your computer screen, there are subtle/or not so subtle changes you need to make to each image to define all the shades from white to grey to black.
Meet Farah! Farah is very timid. My first visit with her found her un-trusting of the camera. This visit, we fared a little better, but Farah was still a bit timid when I was holding that little black box in my hand.
Judah is a fun loving dog. He is a senior dog and enjoys being with people.