- A black-and-white image deconstructs a scene and reduces it to its forms and tones. Distracting colors are recast as subtle shades of gray that add to a composition..
- With such a "restricted" palette—it's easier than ever before, and it allows us to look at our subjects more deeply, expanding the possibilities of our photography..
- Black-and-white can reveal different things to a photographer and viewer. As photographers, we can develop and use our ability to see in black-and-white to our advantage, expanding our aptitude for seeing the potential of what's in front of the lens. Color is the most obvious element of composition, but shape, line and texture can separate a nice picture from something that's truly special. Thinking in black-and-white will train your eye to spot the full potential of a photograph.
As we re-introduce one color to a specific selection or in an intentional pattern to an image we're selectively developing and layering further meaning and focus into that image...
Join us to view how PHOTOGRAPHERS have EXPLORed the effects of a single color added to / left untouched within an otherwise black, white, and gray PHOTOGRAPH they've taken.
Take an Opportunity to Talk with the Exhibition photographers at our Opening Reception.
Join us February 23, 2019 1pm - 4pm at our Black, White, & One Color Photography Exhibition, Opening Reception.
Artists interested in submitting work into exhibitions may find the Call For Artist - Submission Details: HERE