March 31, 2014


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Elaine Akers

great photos like always. Love b&w photos.


I think black and white photos have a deeper meaning. I don't know why....they just seem *more*. :)


Great Black and White conversions Joanne! Well done.


Honestly, Joanne, I would be pressed to pick a favorite -- that's unusual for me. Generally, I can nail down to one or two. It would seem that in your class you are learning about the importance of pattern and contrast when converting to black and white. I love the patterns you've shown -- tiles and the seats in the train, the giraffe (maybe that IS the favorite). But it has a strong documentary quality with the woman who is leaning on the cane. Beautiful.

Nancy B

Broken down to B/W you can really see the beauty in them.
I love the embroidery and beads on your mono prints too!

Marie Warner

Exceptional. Looks like you've got it right"


terrific photos Joanne! They look great in black and white!

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