Friday, May 1, 2009

I Don't Always Get Black and White

These, I get.

1 comment:

Jonderson said...

Because B/W is so heavily reliant upon good contrast, controlled lighting becomes extremely crucial (and often difficult), especially when doing portraits. There is something about the refractive/reflective properties of skin that is at once both aesthetically appealing and technically maddening. It is probably why I don't photograph people much, even in color.