way to go Logan! Grandpa would be so proud!My eye wants photo 3 and 4 swapped to show the progression of the hammer swinging down :)
I am fascinated by the angles and shadows of the first. B&W photography requires such a special internal "color filter"...just don't see how you visualize the intricacies when you look at a situation in color??Lisa
I didn't mention that those shingles were ones Grandpa purchased at an auction.Thankfully with digital photography, we can always change a picture to black and white after it's taken. I think the key for good B&W is to look for contrast.
that shed really looks a lot more "handmade" in colorblack and white is losing something in the picture (maybe that is purposeful :)maybe everyone doesn't realize how really colorful the shed, including shingle colorS, is?