Days of Dead Skin Scrolls

I am joining this contest: LensCulture Black and White Photography Awards for the first time. Among my many, many black and white photos, I opted to submit my selfie photo during one of my hardest personal episodes. Some say black and white photo forces you to see things in a different way, some say it allows you to begin to think about these key elements of lighting, composition, tones, framing- things that you might neglect due to the seductiveness of color. Some say it helps you emphasize emotion, thatconnection that viewrs can relate to, some say because of Black and White’s timelessness. And that in turn pushes you creatively. They Say.
But for me, I have to do this in Black and White, it is hard for me to see myself RED.  https://bit.ly/2EoN18y

 

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