Each week a group of wonderful photographers from Beautiful Beasties Network challenges each other to take on an assignment. This is a great way to network, get to know each other, and just try new things in general.
This week our theme is Black and White. I had to participate mainly, because I grew up on B&W photography. I have had a dark room in my house and worked on photos all the time. I was crazy about B&W then my craze was invested into dog training and now I am back. I absolutely love transform many photos to B&W. I love these timeless looking photos. The emotion and the whole tone of photography changes, if post-processed correctly.
I have not taken any photos of my pups, but I will feature few photos from Archer's shoot. I have transformed great amount of photos to B&W to capture his wild side. In few photos, he looks like a wolf. Enjoy the view and have fun!
On this photo Archer looks little bit as a wolf, I absolutely love this shot. I have mixed my own colors into B&W. I add a bit of matte and vintage into my post-processing. I have come up with this type of sort of retro B&W style and I love it.
Let me tell you quick version of Archer's story. He was owner surrender in a high kill facility I photograph for. He was rescued by Daytona Beach German Shepherd Rescue and he was adopted by wonderful parents Lina and Joe. These are just few shots in his new family. He is loved and spoiled rotten. Love this handsome, outgoing, and cute boy. Look how happy he is.
I hope you had fun and enjoyed my weekly project, maybe got inspired to get out and play with your old camera :) Head over to view translation of our project to Barking Lab Studio, Princeton, New Jersey. This is a circle and we always have lots of photographers participating. Please scroll down on each blog and visit the next photographer.