Is it just me or does anyone else have more trouble working with black and white photos as apposed to color photos? I just found a picture of a relative fro the 1700's and trying to figure out what to do with it. I know I am definitely doing some journaling. I tried looking up black and white photo ideas in the gallery but not sure if that is a category or how i would find them.
Hi Kelley, I used to worry about that but I quickly realized that I prefer to use papers that I love or go with the page I have a monthly heritage challenge here I would be thrilled if you joined us. It is any decade.. I have ideas but you do not need to use them
I love using colors & things they loved too here are a few of mine
Try the challenges as it gets the ball rolling and helps you overcome the hesitation you are feeling. Try making a copy like Don said. A friend of mine started scrapping with paper photo copies until she was comfortable enough to start using real photos. It did not take long.
When it's ancestry or heritage photos, I love to switch it to sepia as well as b&w. There are so many awesome papers and embellishments to do heritage layouts. I'm constantly looking for inspiration in the galleries.