It’s another Friday in the professional pet photography blog circle Project 52. For Week 41 our theme is “high contrast.” With the mostly dreary skies we’ve had this past week, it doesn’t leave a lot of room for creating high contrast images. With the clouds and lack of sun comes flat, even lighting, which is generally perfect for photography, but not when you want to create images with high contrast. So, on a day with enough sun to create some light and dark spots, plus converting my images to black and white, I was able to come up with some high contrast images. High contrast images in black and white should have more black and white with very little in terms of shades of grey. High contrast images don’t have to be black and white, but it does make them easier to accomplish.
For more in the high contrast department, head over to see Linda with VP Shoots Photography serving Tampa Bay, Florida. After that, head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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