My Flickr page

I have started a black and white photography photostream at flickr under the name stephenwilliamlaw, if anyone is interested...

Comments

Kosh3 said…
Why is it that black and white photos seem to capture detail in a far higher way? I suspect it has something to do with the way our eye retina cells work... anyone know?
Stephen Law said…
No I don't. You're right though, I think....
Jackie said…
I love your "portrait of T and A, taken by window, natural light" and "camping." You do beautiful work.
Stephen Law said…
Thanks Jackie. Glad you like camping one as I do too, but not many others like it so much.
Kosh3 said…
Stephen - have you read Roger Scuton's famous essay on why photography is not an art (I only ask since you just addressed something by him). If so, your thoughts?
Sally_bm said…
I love the camping and muddy walk ones, they make me feel very reminiscent :-) And the mountain ones look sooo striking in black and white. I'd never lug a big camera all the way up there though- I'm one of the "chop the end of your toothbrush off and eat off a compass" people!

Very nice, thanks for sharing them.
Stephen Law said…
Hi Kosh - no haven't read it - have you?
Kosh3 said…
No I have not read it either, yet. Supposedly his argument is quite neat.