Thursday, 9 March 2006

Shane and Wayne at night

I was just on board and watching the guys cut and weld up to 8pm (long 12 hour days are now in full swing) and the light caught my eye. I think black and white really give dramatic results at night.


  1. Just happened to press the 'next blog' button.

    I agree with you on that - B&W pictures usually create an element of drama. One gets to focus on the image itself and not on the colour.

  2. Exactly, I also use a faster ISO sped in my camera, up to 1600 on my CANON Rebel 350XT, which gives a great, gritty feeling. Drama is a good word for the the effect.