In our quest to better appreciate black and white (monochrome) photograph, Kirk McElhearn both talks about and shows some revealing examples of his own work. They perfectly illustrate some of the points Kirk makes, and helps us understand why what we might feel is less is actually more. Get ready…you are going to want to experiment with black and white photography yourself. (Part 2)
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The Composition of Michael Kenna’s Photographs: Leading Lines by Kirk McElhearn
The Composition of Michael Kenna’s Photographs: Centering by Kirk McElhearn
The Semiotics of Black and White Photographs by Kirk McElhearn
Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is an avid podcaster who’s shows include The Next Track, The Committed, The Intego Mac Podcast, PhotoActive and The Zen of Everything. You can follow him on Twitter, and visit his personal web site, Kirkville.
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