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Black And White Film Photography Projects

Photographer: Sarah Berger When it comes to fashion and portrait photographer there’s something to be said about a properly lit image, even using a low-key look. Brilliant image, perfect in b/w, and has that great film-noir feel to it.… ©2009 – 2018 Film Photography Project, LLC. All rights reserved. Images are not to be reprinted...

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Ideas For Black And White Photography Projects

Note: The creative photography ideas listed in this article should not be explored haphazardly within a Photography course, but rather selected purposefully, if appropriate for your topic or theme. These approaches may or may not be relevant for your own photography project and should be chosen only in conjunction with advice from your teacher. The...

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Black And White Photography Projects

If there’s something we all carry with us everyday, it’s our phones. With the cameras in them improving every year, what better way to start capturing photos? Using your phone allows you to put exposure on the back burner, allowing you to focus more on composition instead. New York photographer Lee Bullitt takes intimate portraits on...

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Black And White Art Projects

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Black And White Photography Ideas For Projects

This fun project exploits the effect that polarised light has on some plastics. You’ll need two polarising filters – ideally one of these should be a sheet of polarising film. You can pick up an A4 sheet of Lee 239 polarising film for £50 (try www.robertwhite.co.uk or www.pnta.com). The sheet of film should be placed...

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