If you are like me, you may need some help for this month’s assignment on Black and White Photography. Luckily for us, I found this FREE 7-page eGuide from Light Stalking on Black and White Landscapes: How to Capture a Proper Tonal Range. It has helped me to look back into my photo library and find good candidates for Black and White conversions and to find subjects for new black and white compositions.
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- Exciting game as @Bville_Bees stop a 2 point conversion by Utica-Proctor to win 35-34. @NYSPHSAA http://t.co/gNZdFPfdiS : 1 day ago
- Both defenses stiffen and the score remains the same, @Bville_Bees 21 and Utica-Proctor 7 at the half. @NYSPHSAA http://t.co/kfThyBj5bN : 1 day ago
- The @Bville_Bees Football up 21-7 after 1st quarter over Utica-Proctor. http://t.co/tMFUjkfWCb : 1 day ago
- Phil caught a wonderful sunset at the Oswego Harbor. There has been a good run of sunsets lately. twitter.com/philspitze/sta… : 1 day ago
- A look at the extended section of the concrete before ice goes in for #hockey @TheOncenter War Memorial. #SyrCrunch http://t.co/XDGKtQhYjF : 1 day ago