Sun and Beach photography-based abstract art piece, mostly black and white plus an almost undetectable splash of color. The photo upon which this artwork was based was shot with Fujifilm 160 rather than my usual Tmax 100. Of course, with my neo-minimalist Painter work it could have just as easily been entirely in black and white at this point – I just decided to have a hint of color for my own personal entertainment.
For me, there is a certain advantage to shooting in black and white – once you learn to think like a black and white photographer – because my contacts are already part way toward the minimalistic palette that I will ultimately use and it’s easier to tell right away what shots will work and which ones will not. However, color does not stop me from achieving my goal, as we see here.Tags: Abstract, Oregon