‘Chairs’ On Black

The chairs was truly my main subject when the dude sat on it, providing me a greater subject to shoot. 🙂

I am receiving far more attracted to black and white and break up toned photos lately, ever considering the fact that Doug and I went to a cemetery in Huntington. A recreational therapist in Tina’s office also gave me some B&W magazines which influenced me a good deal.

Printed monochromes seems basic, classy and official. Fantastic artwork images without a doubt. Regretably, my six-ink printer creates greenish prints, not genuine blacks. I guess I will need to shell out for a new Epson 2400 printer that can print massive, genuine black prints.

Posted by Island Seize (aka Silverph or psilver) on 2007-03-30 fifteen:39:19

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Justin Carter

I am Justin, 31 years old. I am traveller and blogger. I write everything that intersting about my trip with my husband around the world.