Some examples of Black and White

For today’s post I have decided to share some of the few black and white photos that I have scanned over the years. I figured that if you are going to support a project of black and white photos, I should at least share with you some black and white photos.

Not all of the images were scanned to well (sorry if some of them are a bit faded looking due to that) and I have tons more black and white pictures that have never been scanned. Part of what this project will be funding is a new scanner for me. And not just a flatbed that happens to scan film (I have one of those and look what it does) but a dedicated film scanner. The scanner is an important part of today’s film photographer. It is our door to sharing our creations with the internet, the world. It is also the only way to put film images into a book using page layout software.

Please help me reach my goal. If you have pledged already, consider sharing the link: http://www.blueberryarts.com/project/ with your friends on social media (or even those people you happen to meet face to face). If you have not pledged yet, please consider doing so. You can pledge any amount over $1 to help me reach my goal. And there are great awards for anyone who pledges over $2. So please help me out. I would love to get this project off the ground. Thanks!

Have a great weekend!!

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