iPhoneography Monday: Black and White



The same photo using iPhone Camera+ edited with two different apps.

The first photo is edited with Luminance, Crush Black and White. The second photo is edited with Camera+ FX Effects, Ansel.  A slight variance.  Enough to choose one over the other?

I took the photo early this evening, and it was overcast , there’s a promise of rain on the way, so didn’t have to worry about a bright sky to tone down.

For more on iPhoneography Black and White, visit Lens and Pens by Sally

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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21 Responses to iPhoneography Monday: Black and White

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  3. Jo Bryant says:

    love the first…it is so stark


  4. Amy says:

    Very cool!! Wonderful composition, Angeline 🙂


  5. Lovely images, nicely composed and edited. Happy iPhoneography Challenge.


  6. Madhu says:

    Beautiful! I prefer the softer feel of the second. I have been experimenting with B&W too, and am beginning to like it 🙂


    • Angeline M says:

      Thank you Madhu. Amazing how things keep coming up for me to learn and practice on. I think I am liking the second one too, exactly for, as you say, the softer feel.


  7. ChgoJohn says:

    Some shots almost demand the starkness(?) of black & white. This is one. Of the two, version, I prefer the smooth lines of the 2nd.


  8. I’m glad you’re rethinking the monotones Angeline – some subjects almost demand it, I think – and look what you produced this morning! At first I thought I preferred the stylised version, but on third or fourth thought, perhaps softness of the more realistic second shot is more appealing. 🙂


    • Angeline M says:

      I keep scrolling up and down on those two. The only thing that makes me lean towards the first one is the “luminance” of the roof on the first one; I’m not particularly liking the branches in the first one.


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