Photography

The lack of color in art can provide can provide a greater understanding of art.

Black and white images provide us with a reduced view. This absence of saturation shows us the true message, without the distraction and influence of colors. Logos are initially designed in black and white to better understand their identity. Color is usually added afterwards as icing on the cake.

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nepewassi lake 2009 a
nepewassi lake 2009 a
wabagishik lake 2010
wabagishik lake 2010
nepewassi lake 2009 d
nepewassi lake 2009 d
nepewassi lake 2009 b
nepewassi lake 2009 b
nepewassi lake 2009 c
nepewassi lake 2009 c
Bee in New Sudbury 01
Bee in New Sudbury 01 2009 - Bumble Bee early in the summer on a walking path in New Sudbury.
Canola field off the highway
Canola field off the highway An overwhelming dose of yellow. The colors of this shot were absolutely perfect that day.
Newspaper Rustic Craft compound
Newspaper Rustic Craft compound 2002 - This is the inside of an old shack located on a farming compound in Long Lake, Sudbury.
Reeds at Kusk Lake
Reeds at Kusk Lake 2007 - The reeds create a bold contrast on the foggy lake background.