BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

DRESSED UP (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I enjoy editing in Black and White, working with contrast and shadow. And then there’s the different tone and mood that is struck in b/w. These photos of ordinary looking buildings were taken in different neighbourhoods and were constructed several decades back. I liked the angles and textures in the first photo. The shadows created by the icicles and the bit of whimsy on the roof of the house caught my eye in the second.

15 thoughts on “DRESSED UP (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Terrific black and whites, Belinda, and the shadow of the icicles is superb!

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  2. Nice shots! Seeing these makes me wonder why I don’t shoot in black and white more often.

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  3. Love the icicles that look like a graph of the S&P 500! 🙂

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  4. Interesting angles and I like the icicle teeth!

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  5. B/W certainly makes us look at shape and design that we sometimes gloss over when we’re taken in by the beauty of colour.

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  6. I agree with your feelings of b/w

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