Lens-Artists Challenge #70: Monochrome

For this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #70, we’ve been invited to explore the world of monochrome–which includes black and white and sepia, as well as different shades of one color.

I don’t shoot black and white as a rule but after seeing contributions to this challenge, I’m inspired to have a go.

The sleek shape and glossy paintwork are given much more prominence with the colour removed from this picture of classic cars in Victoria, BC Canada,

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The Government Buildings in Victoria, BC Canada are lit up with fairy lights the star burst moon can’t compete with.

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This abandoned church on the western slopes of the Canadian Rockies looks even more dilapidated without colour. And you notice details, like the door is ajar.

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Patti also challenged us to try adding a bit of colour to a black and white photo so I painted light in the globes of this street lamp.

 

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The sun rose behind me and the moon began it’s descent in front, painting a blue dawn in the Inside Passage, Alaska

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And then there’s a feather.

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