While it’s exciting to capture the colors in night photography, converting the same image to black and white is just as beautiful.
The ocean was so great on the day of our visit to Miami Beach. The smell of the air and the sight of the gathering clouds and the green ocean was overwhelmingly beautiful.
A storm was approaching when we were visiting the Boerner Botanical Gardens. The light was changing minute by minute, and I was able to capture the moments – part of my best work ever!
Many times, a photograph made from a snow scene will appear as naturally-occurring black and white image. In this shot, there’s a gray tinge thanks to the contrast of the gray clouds, indirect sunlight, and white snow covered trees.
Oftentimes when I’m out in nature with my camera, I can tell immediately when a photograph is going to look better in black and white than it does in color. Not every image is better than black and white. It has to do with the significance of the light and shadows and the contrast between them.
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The Milwaukee Art Museum is a work of art, both inside and out. The Quadracci Paviliion was designed by Santiago Calatrava and is an iconic landmark in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In the mountains, I have even more time to capture magical light of the sun because of the length of time it takes to rise over the mountains.
What is on the soundtrack of your life? What music is playing in the background now that will trigger powerful memories in the future?