Well, I’ve been a bit preoccupied this week, and have suddenly realised that I haven’t posted for ‘Monochrome’……time to rectify that!
Monochrome as B&W, but hopefully showing some different moods. I’ll show a few images with a bit of drama to start with.
Firstly an experiment with the light of a candle:
Grunge drama and texture, this is a favourite image:
Some drama from the oppressive clouds and sidelight on the ruins:
Next up, a low contrast monochrome image from a dull, mizzly day at the slate quarries of North Wales, not quite Monochrome I’m sorry to say
textures of pebbles on the beach, geometric shapes of the groynes on the beach:
I chose monochrome for this image, to allow the steam from the man’s exhaled breath to show, and give the viewer the impression of a crisp, cold day:
And here we have a single colour against the monochrome, giving a quite dramatic separation of elements I the image:
Linked to Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at Patti’s here