Tag Archives: black and white

Abstracts & the UMass Campus

The campus of the Univ. of Mass, Amherst (the NECCC photo convention was held) is an interesting mixture of old-style Ivy-league buildings and glass and concrete modern architecture. The modern styles offered the most interesting photo opportunities. It was amazing … Continue reading

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The Web (the micro version)

This is a nice example of a macro shot of a spider in her (his?) web with the late afternoon sun capturing the orb and owner. Shot with the terrific Canon 100 2.8 F Macro on a tripod (of course). … Continue reading

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B&W Landscape Technique

This image was made on a walk in the Normanskill preserve. The bridge provides an interesting feature in an otherwise cluttered terrain. When I saw the bridge, I immediately knew I would convert the image into black and white – … Continue reading

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Street Photography

No posts for a while. But here is a photo to illustrate some of my recent experiments with black and white interpretations for my street photos. This one was taken in the SoHo area of lower Manhattan. It is a grab … Continue reading

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