From Black and White photos

Details of carriages

Details of the harnesses and carriages were that dates from the 1880’s.

I did a set in color and in black and white, as I’ve said before, the atmosphere is totally different in them, in my humble opinion. Do you agree or disagree?

A swift carriage, of a dark night, rattling with four horses over roads that one can’t see–that’s my idea of happiness.

Henry James

B&W Edits #2

I have always for some reason liked these photos, I think that i have captures a feeling, emotion in these shots. I also have a liking for BW photos so I resided to edit them as such. There is a slight change of tone in these as the first edit s slightly warmer, maybe more afternoon feel to it?

Landscape in Monochrome

What do you think of these images. I have not really done lots of landscapes in black and white. Cities, portraits, still life, in those I have thought it works beautifully. Now I have tried, I am rather happy how they turned out. I would not be sharing them if I wasn’t 🙂 .

Full moon, No? Yes? Sunset?
Longtail boat

Archive finds ~ edition 1

From my archive i found these street photography shots and I’ve edited them to block and white. I think it gives them a more timeless, classic look. I also have color edits, o you have an opinion as to which works better in your opinion?

These were taken in Nicè France, hope you enjoy them. I like the children’s joy in them.

CB&W – Signs

Signs are every where, mostly I do not take too much notice of them. These go in the theme what I’ve been posting on the blog lately. My trip to Las Vegas and California. I had to add one from the sign capital, Hong Kong. I have never seen so many signs on a street before.

CB&W – made of wood

I adore B&W photos so this week the topic at CB&W is things made of wood. Here is my contribution to this topic.

Paper – made out of wood
Cardboard – made out of wood
Wooden staircase
Handcrafted wooden boat in India
Wooden church walls in the hearth of Helsinki