The world exists in color ~ William Eggleston
Except for my very early years of photographing, during those oh-so-long-ago 35-mm Kodachrome days, I’ve worked primarily in black and white. Once I discovered the zone plate (which I’ll cover in an upcoming post) and high-grain black and white film, I never looked back. Never, that is, until I got a digital camera. I was seeing in color again. I recently watched a couple of documentaries about William Eggleston and felt quite inspired by his use of color. I thought it would be fun to go out and experiment with Eggleston eyes. Turns out, I found the added dimension of color exciting.