Hydrangeas in Black & White
Carmel, Indiana. 2021.
I walked out my backdoor unsure of what I wanted to photograph. When I saw the plants and flowers in the contrasty mid-morning sun I knew right away I wanted to photograph them in black & white.
My camera rested on the ground to get this extremely low angle. I feel like the resulting image is almost like a movie still if Roger Deakins (famed cinematographer and Coen Brothers collaborator) had filmed Honey I Shrunk the Kids.
Printed on Kodak Endura, a semi-gloss paper (242gsm) with vibrant colors, sharp details, and excellent skin tones. Surface appears and feels smooth with soft texture that helps reduce fingerpint marks.
Printed in the USA. Precisely cut, unique puzzle pieces. Sturdy, 2.2mm (.09 inch) thick cardboard makes a high-quality & durable gift. High-end printing with a matte finish & vibrant colors that won't fade. Includes custom storage box.
Gallery black frame with white mat.
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I do documentary, photojournalism, and street photography. My work is always candid and true-to-life, hence my catchphrase: Keep It Real.