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FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY: BLACK & WHITE

cpolich@hotmail.com
1-406-586-7122 phone
Carol Polich, 821 Alpine Way
Bozeman, MT 59715
Fine Art & Color

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Color is a major part of "IMPACT" in your photo. Go out and photograph within the "golden hour" of the day, an hour after sunrise, an hour before sunset. When in the desert, under sunset clouds, wait a few minutes AFTER sunset, and the desert will "glow" in a rose-pink color.Don't underestimate the saturated colors of the forests and waterfalls when under overcast & even light conditions.Contrasting shades of light to dark under harsh light, will make excellent black and white photos.

WHAT I NEED TO KNOW

The tripod for Fine Art is especially useful when under low light conditions such as after the sun has set, or when using long exposures for "creamy" water or "soft" clouds. When the light becomes more harsh as the sun rises higher in the sky, extreme tonal shades are created.For example: turbulent thunder clouds, sand dune patterns, or tree shadows on snow make excellent black and white photos.
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