Saturday, August 30, 2014
Try shooting black and white
Shooting photos of activities is part of any outdoor experience and there are many dazzling scenes to be captured in Michigan. The image, above, was taken on the Au Sable River with an iPhone, but instead of snapping it in color, the photographer P.A. Rech used the black and white mode, which gives it a haunting, timeless feeling. It was taken late in the afternoon when there were long shadows and good contrast. On the Labor Day weekend, plenty of folks will be out and about with their phone cameras. Try taking a few pictures in black and white to send out some different images to your friends. They stand out in a world of color.