A week ago I joined a group of fellow photographers for a Black and White photo workshop in downtown Sarasota. I enjoy hanging out with all levels of photographers and learning something new. I have Canon equipment and the majority of times shoot my images in raw. With a little change in the menu settings you can also shoot in jpg. choosing for those images be seen in Black and White after they have been shot. For those non photographers out there, shooting in raw allows you to make the changes in post processing instead of the camera making the changes if shot in jpg. I felt like a whole new world had been opened up for me, it was so exciting to see the photo right away and not have to imagine what it would look like, or wait until I got home and worked on it in post processing. To process the image to Black and White you still use the raw file, which is in color, making all the adjustments you prefer.
I enjoyed capturing this photo of the single Abrovitae growing behind the wall of this incredible house with the magnificent cloud streams in the sky.