Even though I love black and white photography, I have to admit I have always struggled with judging when my colour images make the grade for a good black and white. To be honest, I have often been a bit frustrated with it. Here’s a couple of tips on how to choose a good contender for black and white.
One of the reasons that black and white photos resonate so profoundly with viewers is that they are aesthetically easy to digest — there are just shades of gray present. No color relationships to decipher. Want to improve your black and white photography game? This month’s weekly Light Stalking Projects are on the theme of […]
Have you ever wondered why street photography looks so nice when presented to us in a black and white format? Well, we have noticed that too, and there is an explanation for that! Street photography happens in a serendipitous way, and such random happenings mean that certain elements of the scene can be a little […]
Black and white photography has always been very appealing. The desire to create jaw-dropping photographs that made people stop and stare in monochrome is something we’d all like to achieve. Here are 3 free guides to get you there.
Unless you’ve invested some serious money on monochrome sensor cameras, black and white photography will be a post-production choice rather than an “inside the camera” choice. Here are 3 powerful tips to get you started with black and white photography.
The charm of black and white photography is not limited to a specific genre. Many genres of photography – portraits, landscapes, and street photography, to name a few – offer great avenues to create excellent black and white images. The interpretive and storytelling quality of black and white photography can also work wonderfully well with […]