Sometimes when out and about, opportunity for photographing a unique scene appears. But what to do if the light isn’t ideal? Harsh shadows, bright whites, hard light. Sometimes high contrast scenes lend themselves beautifully to a black and white image.
There were several occasions today where the light wasn’t right but the right image was creating silhouettes and black and whites. The less than desirable light didn’t stop me from capturing these images of the horses at the barn this afternoon. In fact, what it had me to is think back to the days of film noir.
These are edited in Lightroom with clarity increased to what worked best in each image.
Categories: Pet Portraits
That worked really well, Emily! I love it.
Love these horses. One of them especially loves to pose for the camera. Thanks Carolyn and have a lovely day.
Thank you Belinda.
Very effective and Beautiful. 👍
Thank you so very much Fatima.
He’s my new boy ! True cowboy horse from Montana. A registered paint QH. And such a sweet heart. Loving, follows you.. you need to meet him Sally.
Thank you so much Lucy
Wonderful idea and photography Emily!! I really like what you have done!!
Thank you so very much. Hope this is inspiring for you.