It’s always interesting to see how making a photo monochromatic effects the feeling of that shot. Each of these are taken in various phases and degrees of light. Take a look at how each makes you feel.
A butterfly eating breakfast in fairly harsh sunlight.
A skull inside a museum. Shadow play on these is always fun.
Usually this guy looks funny and almost muppet-esque. Now it looks angry.
The monochromatic change brings out some of the wrinkles and details you may not notice in color.
Shadows are always great when you do b&w images.
This became interesting to me when contrasting the petals to the beetles.
Cobwebs and light create an old time feeling with an edge of spooky.
This forest in a cloudy day looks haunted.
Bringing out some of the clouds on Moxham.
Adding in foreground elements to frame a shot makes the image much better.
Next week: In and around Trinity Church.
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