Thoughts in Black and White: Photography Challenge Week 10

This weeks theme is a personal favorite of mine. Black and white imagery has a way of telling a story that just cannot be done with color. When we remove the distractions of the red, blues and yellows, we often start to see more details and emotions that we didn’t see before. Color certainty has it’s place in art and photography but nothing captures emotion and depth better than a black and white image.

From the image I created below you can tell I’ve been in a bit of a contemplative mood and I wanted to express that feeling in my work this week. I’ve always enjoyed being by the water so I thought the lake at Netherwood would be a nice spot for a picture.

Contemplating Life in Black & White on Netherwood

Below are some fantastic shots from others that are doing the challenge along with me you can view more on our group Flickr page.

#10 - black & white
This one is from Tiffany Bran you can check out more of her work on her Flickr page.
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This one is from Davina Constantine you can check out more of her work on her Flickr page
#10 - black and white
This one is from Stuart & Liz you can check out more of their work on their Flickr page or their Facebook page.
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This one is from Mysteria Bloodbane Ragnarok. She has a blog of her own called Mysteria’s Fashion & Lifestyle you can also check out her work on her Flickr page

Next weeks challenge is ‘Shapes’. I found an interesting article in relation to the this theme that I though I would share:

How to Use Line, Shape and Form in Photography Composition from Expert Photography.

As always if anyone wants to join in feel free, if you do decide to join us you can share your work in our Flickr group! A full challenge list can be found here.

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