Sunday, February 22, 2015

the b&w photography project: ice day 2015

these go along with my ice photos from earlier in the week.  as i was editing them, i checked to see which would look nice in black and white.  when i came across a photo that looked equally well in color and in black and white, i went back and looked for a similar one to use as the black and white.  this worked well as my first run through my photos i was noticing the lighting that works well in color photography and often a shot with less brilliant lighting will have more contrast to work nicely in black and white.  i'm enjoying learning more about black and white photography through trial and error.





 







joining in with the b&w photography project on podcast.

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8 comments:

  1. These are beautiful pictures and suit B&W perfectly. I can sense the chill from the warmth of sitting room. Love the frozen berries - I think they're berries?!

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  2. Your photos are lovely, and your first set inspired me to go out and do some icy photography of my own, which I blogged today!

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  3. Theres poetry in these photos. Snow is so lovely when you look closer =) #bwphotoproject

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  4. Funny, isn't it, that the structures and lines are often so much more striking in black and white. Brilliant collection of ice photos ...

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  5. Grace says - These are so lovely. #bwphotoproject

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  6. Great shots and so dramatic and start, especially in black & white :) #bwphotoproject

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  7. Great shots - and great for black and white. I like the branches ones best though #bwphotoproject

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