Tag Archives: black and white photo
Lost in thought, he stands transfixed on the stairs. I pass him invisibly. Advertisements
Concentrate on the heart; let all else drift.
A few weeks ago when I began this Monday series on minimalism, I meant it photographically; but, it seems it blends into other areas of my life as well. As I moved to a new home, the layers began to … Continue reading
The start of a new Monday series for me, and a desire to express beauty in all areas with a minimalistic view. As I make changes in my personal life, downsizing to a very small apartment, I am attracted more … Continue reading
Black and white. It would be nice if things in life were more black and white with no gray areas to confuse; but, it’s the gray areas that bring things in to focus. We just have to be aware. iPhone … Continue reading
Joining in the thoughts posed by this challenge guide, at Lens and Pens by Sally, with today’s photos in black and white. Sally shares her thoughts “The forces of nature are under systematic attack. This assault exhausts me, because it … Continue reading
A window to step through, to spring on the other side. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, in Camera+. Edits in native camera and PicMonkey. Sally’s Lens and Pens offers more on black and white photos in today’s challenge that … Continue reading
A most unusual tea house. For other participant’s entries in Sally’s mobile photography challenge, today is challenger’s choice, click here. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, with edits and conversion to monochrome done back in the native camera.
Hawaiian flowers so gorgeous in color, with a transition to black and white seeming to make them timeless. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, with edit in camera filter. More entries in today’s challenge can be found on Sally’s … Continue reading
Nature, bursting with color that captures the eye. As part of stretching and growing in my photography that is in its infancy, I struggle with the conversion of color to black and white. I’ve decided to try something a little … Continue reading