The Magic of Black and White by Kirsten Bruening
“Black and white is abstract,” the great photographer Joel Sternfeld once said. “Looking at a black and white photograph, you are already looking at a strange world.” Black and white photographs let the viewer see the world from a different angle and see the beauty of the subject from a completely new light. Black and white photographs have their very own magic and, when viewed over a longer period of time, bring out new small details again and again. Close-up photography, especially flowers, leave room for fantasy and give the viewer the opportunity to see the world with their own colors.
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November 14, 2020
Kirsten Bruening is an amateur photographer and lives near Cologne. Her passion for photography started in her childhood and she spent many years exploring analogue photography. After a long break of fifteen years, she returned to photography. She loves black and white photography in nature, portraiture, and wildlife. She believes nothing can convey more expression to emotions and beauty than the play of light and shadow. She plans an extra-occupational study in photography and wants to deepen her knowledge.
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