I’m getting back into the swing of things this week- visitors have left town, the dog hair has settled and the laundry is piled 5 feet high (literally). So you could say I’m back to my ole’ blogging self again. And, I’ve got a few more photos to share from my adventures in northern Florida, focusing a little more on shape and texture, so enjoy!
As I was looking for a few buildings that I might be able to add to my black and white collection, I thought about what types of buildings had a lot of texture, character or features of interest. That’s when I stumbled upon a couple of churches in downtown Orlando (check out The Other Orlando Blog). I’m still in the learning phases of mastering this technique, but I think I captured a good range of light and dark. And I don’t know what it is, but churches always seem to work well in black and white…don’t you agree?
I’ve also included a video at the bottom of some black and white photography that has inspired me…enjoy!
I took this last one back in college up in Wisconsin with my film Minolta SLR.