In the early 1990s, Garry did a feature about Alfred Eisenstadt and Lois Maillou Jones, both of whom lived on the Vineyard and had been given Presidential Medals of Honor for their work. We became friends with both artists. Eisenstadt was… Read More ›
black & white photography
CBWC: Large Subjects Large subjects. Large is relative. If you are an ant, I’m sure everything is large, but if you are an office building, only a bigger office building can beat you. Or a dinosaur.
CBWC: Reflections and Mirrors I haven’t taken a lot of pictures of mirrors, but there’s a lot of reflection in windows, lakes, and rivers.
CBWC: Fields and Landscapes It was the last sunny day for weeks to come, though to be fair, we had no way of knowing it. I’m just glad we went out and actually took pictures because it was going to be… Read More ›
CBWC: Any Kind of Geometrical Shape A lot of my favorite architecture and other geometric pictures were taken in black and white. Somehow, black and white seems to work best for anything blocky and especially with sharp edges.
Weekly Prompts – Colour Challenge Black and White Even after 40 years of photography, I’m still sometimes taken aback by what a difference the same photograph can have depending on its presentation. Color isn’t just a tint. Color is a visual… Read More ›