A scene from our kitchen showing the watercolor our mortgage broker gave us of our house when we purchased it and the bottles of sand, rocks, and soil, we have collected from our various family trips over the years.
I pulled out my Olympus XA, purchased in 1981, and ordered roll of Tri-X 400 from Amazon. You can see camera here in the folder '20180324 BW Support Photos' https://findpagenow.com/go/52frames20180316
Assignment: We have been able to take color photos for a very long time now. As a matter of fact, Kodachrome film was invented in 1935! And yet black and white photography is as popular as it always has been. It definitely still plays a very strong role in just about every genre of photography. Looking at the world in black and white (as a photographer!) will force you to see things differently. Color is no longer a distraction and you can focus more on what makes a black and white photo pop – the relationship between light and dark. Your challenge this week creative Framers is to pay attention to the contrasts, the textures and patterns and the play of light when you shoot in black and white. Your photos will not only have a timeless, classic feel to them but your creative eye will sharpen even more.