Every Child Begins The World Again…

baby-boy-14-months-old-play b-w-photos-of-baby-boy-play“Every child begins the world again” ~ Henry David Thoreau

Tip of the Day for Bloggers/Photographers:

  1. Don’t be afraid to process your photos in black and white! It brings out contrast beautifully! Example: Grandson is wearing a very dark shirt and the skin color is light…a great opportunity to show the images in black and white.
  2. It’s a format that suits almost any type of photography. Portraits, landscapes, urban landscapes, architecture. Not only that, it’s a medium that adapts really well to all lighting situations.
  3. Without the colors, there is nothing to distract from the subject.
  4. Black & White is always best to use, if the image has too much grain or noise.
  5. Photographers make note: Perfectionist clients that are worried about photos not matching room decor…this is the PERFECT solution!

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54 thoughts on “Every Child Begins The World Again…

  1. Pingback: It’s Been A Hard Day’s Night.. | Pride in Photos

  2. You have some of the best tips! They are so true! I don’t know what it is about black & white photos that I just love! Maybe it’s just the simplicity of it!

  3. Hi Laurie … love that quote by Thoreau … so true! Your grandson is darling, and this is so creative! Love the texture you’ve added, as well! I’m addicted to black and white photography, and these tips are great! Thanks again for stopping by, and for sharing this! Blessings to you! 🙂

  4. I forget about black and white photography unless I am out in nature on a gray day. I will have to do more experimenting. Thanks for the reminder Laurie. 🙂

  5. Hey Laurie,

    Thanks for the great tips on black and white photos. I never think to experiment like that. Yours came out great! Thank you for mentioning my linky too. I appreciate that! 🙂

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