I love Black and White, the images have a timeless quality about them, and the lack of colour seems to make the mind work harder to interpret the image, a provocative gestalt. But does it work in the studio, under studio flash lighting? It does for adults, – but what about for kids? And does studio monochrome always have to be so noir?
Scarlett visted the studio this evening with her mum and her little sister to make some lovely photographs and memories, and among them was this little black and white portrait.
We have a small quantity of blank canvasses, suitable for 16×10 inch canvas prints – the slightly panoramic shape makes them idal for small family groups or children. They are made with “260gsm Exhibtion Polyester Matte Canvas with a bright white, smooth matte surface and tight weave pattern producing pin sharp images both in colour and black & white. The tight weave makes this canvas ideal for stretching over wooden frames and suitable for both photographic and fine art prints, either reproductions or originals. This Canvas is water resistant with superb results.”
Our special HOBBIES Mini-Photoshoots – Fund-Raising for Cardiac Risk in the Young and The Lullaby Trust. For both ADULTS AND CHILDREN
It’s just £10 – and 100% of your donation goes to research into cardiac conditions in children and young people, or to helping families who have suffered through SIDS, and educate parents about safe sleep for babies.
Great studio sessions today, mostly involving babies! (Of one sort or another!)
First in was newborn baby Alex, who posed eloquently in the baby hammock, with mummy and daddy holding him safe at each end. And if you think he’s going to roll out, don’t worry, and please don’t have nightmares – the hammock is safely resting on a table!