Erika is an avid fan of black and grey realism, which is a style of photography that captures the natural textures and light of real life
One of my favorite ways to capture texture and detail in black and white photography is with my Lensbaby Velvet 56. I like to create low-light macro images that focus on the texture of the subject. This could be the texture of eyelashes, fingers, toes or flower petals. Then, in post-processing, I increased the contrast and sharpness (both between 50% and 100%).
Photorealism is a genre of art, including drawing, drawing, and other graphic media, in which an artist studies a photograph and then attempts to reproduce the image as realistically as possible in another medium. While the term can be used broadly to describe works of art in many different media, it has also been used specifically to refer to a group of paintings and painters in the American art movement that began in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
I love making others feel good and confident. I also have a passion for creating, I like to think I have a creative eye.
By using black and grey realism, erika is able to take a more objective view of her surroundings, which allows her to be more productive
The more you capture and experiment with different elements of black and white photography, the faster you will focus on making adjustments that evoke emotion and drama in you. I would love to know your artistic ideas for adding emotion and drama to your black and white photography. Please share in the comments below.
In the introduction to Mappings, Denis Cosgrove asserts: “The well-known ‘spatial turn’ in art and science has been The concomitant recognition aspect fits with post-structuralist agnosticism and context is at the heart of all knowledge structures and inevitably involves this.” Mapping (London: Reaction Books, 1999), 7.
Erika has found that this style of photography is a great way to cope with the stresses of daily life
Vibrant photographic art that depicts city life is a wonderful way to create a sense of vibrancy and energy. Whether the images are real or surreal, there is something uniquely cheeky about photography that pokes fun at and captures the everyday affairs of city dwellers in their everyday lives.
Whether it’s to inspire or to make memories, travel photography is a great way to put the finishing touches on your home and satisfy your wanderlust. The world is full of wonders, offering endless views of beauty that can illuminate even the bleakest of walls. the best? You can travel around our amazing planet from the comfort of your sofa!
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