PA Moed invites us to share images that feature a subject that begins with the letter A. Hum…can tone be a subject? Or am I being a bit of a rebel by featuring double exposure photography with “A” toned luminosity masks (amber, azure, and amethyst with their contrasting tones)?
Had I not seen erect in the river
These solid timbers of the olden time
How could I know, how could I feel
The story of that house? ~The Sarashina Diary (cited: Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan)
That moonless, flowerless winter night
It penetrates my thought and makes me dwell on it–
I wonder why? ~The Sarashina Diary (cited: Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan)
Nikon D750 f/4.8 1/800s 65mm 100 ISO
Applying a subtle color to the highlights and shadows/ of your black and white photographs gives you a slice of the emotional qualities that color can offer, without disguising the depth and texture of your black and white photograph.