Its the end of one project and the beginning of another. Today I joined a very special group of women photographers who carved out a very special space called Mortal Muses. I first met the founder of Mortal Muses, Tammy Lee Bradley in 2010 when I enrolled in Picture Summer. You may remember I had a little guest muse earlier this year about what inspires me. Well the bigger news is that Tammy is now an official Shutter Sisters (happy dance) and I am excited to say I am part of the next wave of as a regular muse.
Today its about black and white and the talented muse Kirstin McGee has chosen my bike photo for my debut.
Lately I have been taking more black and white photographs, I should say editing into black and white. I liked Kristin’s reflection about the timelessness of the black and white. My first photography classes in high school had us developing our own black and whites and I was so frustrated because I wanted color so badly but with film it was cost prohibited. Amazing how things have evolved so quickly.
I hope you’ll come over and visit me every once in a while or join the flickr pool. Make sure you peek at Kirstin’s work on tumblr: fleetingmoments, she makes me wanna be a better photographer. The end.