Early photography was all monochrome. Color photography was made available to general public in the 1930’s with the introduction of “Kodachrome” color negative film.
But even in today’s digital world, where color is the default mode of capturing an image, black and white images hold strong.
Black and White images evoke emotions by taking away the distraction of colors. Simple everyday things can start looking amazing with the right use of black and white conversion.
In this workshop you will learn to:
- Visualize in Black and White
- Understand what makes a black and white image resonate with the viewer
- Learn how to convert to black and white and achieve the right effect
You will require:
- A digital camera (Need not be a DSLR)
- Some software that will let you convert to black and white with filters (picasa is a good free option)
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