Tag: b&w squares

The B&W Portrait Squares Project

For the past couple of years I’ve been working on what I now realise is a bit of a project to do with black and white square portraits.  This is a topic I first discussed a couple of years ago.  Of course in the age of Instagram the square is

More B&W Squares

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any black and white square portraits or updated my project of images in that style. This weeks post is some of the black and white images from various portrait sessions I’ve done so far this year. Click on an image to get a larger version.

In Praise of the Square Portrait

The first camera I ever owned was an Ilford Ilfomatic 100 which took 126 Instamatic film cartridges producing a square photograph. Square photographs are a bit unfashionable these days, most people preferring (or at least living with) the rectangular frame that comes out of their camera by default. Michael Freeman

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