Jean-Bernard Cabana offers up a blog called the World Surrounding Me and I happened upon this article: Trees- Study in Black and White Contrast vs. Ansel Adams trees ... I often times wonder how many of todays modern photographers have ever used film. It truly gives you an appreciation of the works of great masters such as Ansel Adams.
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This is another location that would work well for conference of the birds. I think the contrast between on the monochromatic forest and the colorful birds would really make the actors pop on stage. A look similar to this could definitely be achieved with white back light and the fog machine.
Captured before sunrise on a cold foggy December morning this group of Japanese tourists arrived at ‘The Dark Hedges’. The place is said to be haunted by a ‘Grey lady’ who walks under the shrouded arches of the beech trees. Ireland