Here’s a nice black and white photo I took way back in the late 1970s when I owned a Hasselblad. Kinda creepy, kinda goth. It’s an urn. This is a flash exposure in total darkness. As a photographer I am always attracted to darkness, it is the most challenging condition to photograph.
Notice the nice straight vertical lines, I did a subtle but important perspective correction in Photoshop. I always wanted to reshoot this image with a view camera to fix the vertical convergence, but now I don’t have to, it’s perfect.
If anyone likes these photos, feel free to contact me. I am a professional photographer, you can buy a museum quality print of my work. I mean, real archival photo prints on conventional photo media, not an inkjet print or some rubbish like that. I have a BFA degree in Photography and everything. It’s real art that will last for centuries, not a cheap imitation.