Don't get me wrong, colours are great, but to me there just is something special in the graphic power of a B&W Fine Art landscape. Here two Dolomites landscape with human elements in them:
Hasselblad X1D II, Voigtlander Super-Wide Heliar 15mm. 181 sec.
Leica SL, Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35mm...
For me Elephants make the perfect monochrome subject. The texture of their skin the color almost a perfect 18% grey. Cropped this to square to put more emphasis on the the young one.
Nikon D850 280mm f4 1/640 iso 2500
Black and white photography is known to give a lot of depth on any subject. The reason why many images from the 60’s era still stay in our minds is only because of its intensity and this directly translates to ‘Monochrome = Memory Retention’.
Especially Bharatanatyam that involves...
Took some shots in Joshua Tree National Park.
Sloped Rocks by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
View from rock by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
Joshua Trees, Rocks by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
Small Rock Group by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
Rock Formation by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
fallen by Mark Wyatt, on Flickr
I haven't taken a self portrait depicting emotion in quite some time. I thought this would be something different than my typical photos.
I wanted to create a series of photos that represents sort of how I feel lately as I struggle with depression and the negative side effects of being addicted...
That's right. This photo has tons of noise in it but for some reason I really liked it. Others don't and that's fine but I almost deleted it because I knew others woulden't like it but why should I care what others think if I like it?
I just wanted to share it :D
It's kind of abstract, I...
I've been digging through my archives lately and I found this photo I took at our local fair back in 2012 and for some reason, I never deleted it. There must've been a reason why I kept. The orginal edit I did was horrible and never shared it. No idea what I was thinking!
After looking at it, I...
I sat on this photo for a LONG time. I took it at a car show and there was a lot of background distractions and I didn't know what to do. After forgetting about it for a while, I came back to it and did this.
Fujifilm XT2 + 18-55 @ 18mm
1/800th, f/2.8, ISO 250
I'm really happy with it...
I debated where I should share this photo but I ultimately decided to place it in the b&w gallery because when I took this shot I deliberately wanted it to be in black & white.
I was walking about and noticed this tiny big chilling out on top of one of these leafs from a blooming tree and for...
Yeah yeah I know...I take lots of pictures of my cat lol.
But I really liked this one because of his reflection in the granite. Not saying it's the best shot in the world but I thought it was at least worthy of sharing!
Nikon D610 + 50 1.8G
f/2, 1/125th, ISO 1600
This was just seconds...
Lately when going to car shows I pretty much stopped taking pictures of cars because it gets so repetitive so instead of being a photographer, I become a car enthusiast which I also am and I check out other peoples rides and talk shop, which luckily is kind of improving my speech impediment...
I wasn't sure where to post this one because it's a landscape, but also black & white. But I figured the main genre of this photo is landscape..so I think it out ranks black & white. If not, you are welcome to move it.
I took this photo from a covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River between...
I don't live in a city with huge tall skyscrapers but even in a small town or city here in Vermont, there are ways to get some sort of a city architecture type shot.
Nikon D610 + 16-35 f/4 VR
35mm, 1/250th, f/8, ISO 100
Corner by Nicholas Erwin, on Flickr
I spent quite a bit of time on this photo going back and forth with processing. I uploaded a subtle color version to Instagram and for some reason I didn't like it. It felt like it wasn't "me". So I slept on it and when I looked at it this morning, I really felt a dramatic black and white was...
Monochrome is never an old technology or facet of Photography, Black & White photography strides to in-depth Detailing and Aesthetic values.
Every bit of these photograph speak volumes of stories without colours in it, the attention to details is what highlights them. Colour Psychology says...
Trinity Square Fountain.
An ongoing series of photos exploring the size, shape and flow of various water fountains in and around the Toronto Canada area.
Original photography using a Canon EOS 60D body with a Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 DC Macro OS lens and Silver EFEX Pro as a Lightroom plugin for the Bla
black and white
the learning curve photography
The Holy Name Parish at No 71 Gough Ave in Toronto Canada. In 2014, the church celebrated it's 100th anniversary. Construction began in 1914 but in the same month the work started, World War I was declared. Building The Holy Name was put on hold as workers all over the city enlisted in the army. The