Black and White - and why?
Black and white photography adds a whole other dimension to your images. They can be much more dramatic and even quite artsy.
You have to choose the right moments to convert your color image to black and white - this works especially well with an urban setting or with architecture in the background.
The best thing you can do is play around with your editing. Take a bunch of photos of your pet and then when you edit, make a copy (so you save the original color image) and convert to black and white. Many images will not look good in black and white, so that is why it's important to play around and see what works.
The photo above of the dog with the monstera leaf - this does look quite good in color, but it looks way more dramatic in black and white.
If you would like to schedule a photo shoot with Sue Chipperton please reach out - if you would like to incorporate some black and white images into your final edited images, just mention it at the time of booking!