Black-and-white photography has a profound effect on interior design. Classy, versatile and tasteful, such photos stunningly compliment any interior space.
Black-and-white images gracing the walls of Vermilon restaurant definitely caught my eye:
Did Aunt Jenny’s Thanksgiving photo add 10 pounds to your physique? Next time a photo-wielding relative aims the camera, don’t panic. Learn the rules of looking great on film.
First, understand that the photo is a two-dimensional image. Therefore, when a three-dimensional object is captured, its depth illusion decreases. This makes the overall object appear wider. As a kid, I loved three-dimensional drawings and could effortlessly draw them. A good, experienced photographer requires three-dimensional perception to bring out the best in a model. That said, Aunt Jenny is probably not a trained photographer.
Still, there are a few things you can do so that you don’t have to hide behind someone at the next family gathering.
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I am forever inspired by the work of others as well as the natural beauty that surrounds us. Rather than making a separate post for each of my inspirations today, I would rather make one post to share them with you and I hope that some of you can be inspired and get your creative juices flowing too!