Tag Archives: Black and white photography

Black and white versions (for Rose❤️)

Rose asked in a comment if I could share a black-and-white version of the Grohmann Museum photo from my last post. Here are two slightly different B/W versions. One has more contrast and the blacks are pretty crushed, so you … Continue reading

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Arrangement in Black and White No. 1

Photo taken in my parking garage this morning. Lots of cutesy titles suggested themselves, among them: “Rule of Thirds” – because there are three white pillar bases and three white lights. Plus the “Rule of Thirds” concept. “Figures 3 and … Continue reading

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Subsequent staircase thoughts on black and white

Yesterday Karen commented that she liked the black-and-white quality of the middle staircase photo. And that was really interesting to me, because even though it looked black and white, it was actually a color photo. Something about the way light … Continue reading

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MGIC Plaza in Black and White

I don’t do black-and-white photography very often. But these sunny-day pictures of the MGIC Plaza down the street from my office seemed perfect for a more stark presentation than color could give them. What do you think? (P.S. – As … Continue reading

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Public Restroom in Black and White

  I liked the lines and decided to go with black and white because in color the brown door was a distraction from what I saw as the main point of the photo. Plus I kind of like how in … Continue reading

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