The world is full of color. But sometimes we may want to look at it in black and white. Does it work? The perennial favorite for color watching is fall foliage. It doesn’t last long. A couple of weeks. I wondered if I could create a black and white image of foliage with snap and interest. It didn’t work. Black and white leaves? (Am I nuts?)
Road Spaghetti! Traveling to a North Jersey assignment in morning rush hour, with accidents all around certainly make one appreciate GPS. Thank you satellites and all those people who figured out where the heck I am going and how to get there. One wrong move and I would have ended up twirled and twisted and driving the wrong way looking for a U-turn. It feels good to appreciate.
Often it’s the simplest images that can be the most memorable and most fun. Frequently though, it takes a higher level of skill, thought and imagination to create that simple image. Think Apple. Its advertisements are always clean, simple and effective. That doesn’t happen by accident. The image shown above by Michael Flood, is one of the 63 images that make up the Summer on the Delaware project on display in my studio this weekend. Michael is a craftsman, an […]