Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Self Portrait Challenge: Dreaming in Black & White


I've always thought of black and white photos as dreamy and romantic. Maybe that's because my strongest impressions come from my mom and dad's graduation photos where they both looked so young, so beautiful and so glamorous.
See more black & white self-portraits here.
See more Starshyne Productions here.
And note: Tomorrow I will be launching a brand new project that I'm wildly excited about. I do hope you'll join me.

17 comments:

Vanessa said...

oh yes, very dreamy...

Tammy said...

I love b&w - this is a great photo!! You look very serious, and yet far away!

Vedrana M. said...

very nice...i want to dream with you :)

la vie en rose said...

beautiful!

Nicole said...

dreamy is right! this is a great shot!

melba said...

I can't wait to hear about your new project!
How exciting; I love beginnings!

XO,
Melba

Waspgoddess said...

Very beautiful, very thoughtful image.

Joelle said...

Very dreamy! I enjoyed perusing your blog(s)! Lots of creativity goin' on.

Jessie said...

You look like a rock star, Jamie. No really...you do! I love it. :)

And, btw, I thought of you yesterday. When I was walking home from work I saw some lanterns made of ice with candles burning inside of them(like the kind you've made). They were absolutely beautiful and so I took a minute to appreciate the things I've learned from you. ;)

Jeremy Stockwell said...

Dreamy, indeed. Great focus and framing.

misty said...

very dreamy and romantic!

Shannon said...

Excellent portrait Jamie! I love how focused yet, far away you look! And those eyelashes - cool!

turquoise cro said...

DREAM away!!! Dreamy photo! Keep Dreaming! xo, Cinda

Deb R said...

You DO look dreamy!

PSUMommy said...

I love it! Fantastic pose, great angle, beautiful light- great photo!

PSUMommy said...

Darn it, I keep forgetting- this is emily (http://psumommy.livejournal.com) my blogger is my online wallet insert for family...oops!

melanie said...

i just love the pensive gaze on your face, inviting me to ask myself 'whatever could she be dreaming about?'