In my Photography 101 class, black and white composition has been the conversation of late. We took a field trip to Scavi Scaligeri to study the variety of techniques and styles, we watched documentaries and studied works of Henri Cartier Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism; and most recently, we went on a photo walk to apply what we had learned.
Inspired, I decided to take a stab at B & W myself — digitally altered, of course — to show my new found appreciation.
And this last one is for sh*ts and giggles. “Tua mama.” Italians can be low-brow, after all.