Some B&W Shots from all Over

This week, we look at a variety of images that finish up the Cathedral and move down south to New Orleans.

Since you can't really see the colors of the stained glass window, b&w works really well to bring out the metal details.

Since you can’t really see the colors of the stained glass window, b&w works really well to bring out the metal details.

Detail on a monochromatic door fleshes out the light.

Detail on a monochromatic door fleshes out the light.

When the subject is one color, playing around with the contrast can make a fun image.

When the subject is one color, playing around with the contrast can make a fun image.

A cloudy day can look like a massive storm.

A cloudy day can look like a massive storm.

More clouds over silhouetted trees.

More clouds over silhouetted trees.

This shot sums up a ren faire for me as a friend waits for a show to start.

This shot sums up a ren faire for me as a friend waits for a show to start.

St. Louis Cathedral. The sky seems to tell you how hot it is.

St. Louis Cathedral. The sky seems to tell you how hot it is.

Playing with light through a skylight.

Playing with light through a skylight.

Graveyards are a great subject for b&w as it sets the mood.

Graveyards are a great subject for b&w as it sets the mood.

Since it was a cloudy day, this one is spooky no matter what.

Since it was a cloudy day, this one is spooky no matter what.

Next week: We will continue with the b&w retrospective as I wait for cherry blossoms to arrive (probably in 2-3 weeks)

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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