Black and White and Fine Art Photography (3 of 3)

All About Monochrome

This is the third and last post of the series “Black and White and Fine Art Photography”,  you can read this post entirely as a standalone piece however reading part one here and part two here would give you a broader context regarding the type of discussion I’m proposing for this topic.

In summary in the first post I basically set up the context for the discussion by introducing the idea that fine art photography and black and white photography are intimately related, in the second post I talked about the importance of developing an artistic vision for your work — particularly in fine art photography. Also, in the second post I outlined what I believe are the most important aspects to consider in order developing a unique artistic vision for your photography.

Now, in this third part of the series I’ll talk about “crafting” a black and…

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