|An Adventure Awaits|
For me, black and white photography is about simplicity. You take away all the distractions and get right down to the raw data - the nitty-gritty. If that raw data is captured effectively, then the final output can be pure bliss. But, instead of colors, black and white photos must rely more heavily on compositional factors - shapes, leading lines, framing, balance - and the use of lighting, contrast, and textures to awaken our emotions. And, although there is no color, I'm fascinated how the many shades of gray can affect me as if the colors were there.
|Bighorn Sheep on the Lookout|
To wrap things up, there is one more new gallery titled, "iPhone," which, as you may have guessed, features photos captured and edited on my favorite mobile gadget.