B&W Shadow Photography

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For these Photos I was Focusing on 3 Things:

  1. Trees
  2. Black and White
  3. Shadow and Light

b&w shadow trees -5The sky in this photo is overexposed (too bright) but I was ok with that. One thing I am allowing in my photos right now is little imperfections like that.

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For this image, I prefer the landscape orientation, but I also really wanted to include the portrait orientation. I’ve also allowed the shadows to be underexposed (too dark) and the sky to be overexposed.

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This photo reminds me of a photo taken with a pinhole camera. 

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The roots looked interesting but the sun wasn’t casting a captivating shadow, so I included my shadow. Occasionally, I like to include the photographer in the image.

And make sure you look at these photos on the browser because they look good against my black background. 

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Next week I’ll share some dessert drawings.

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