Tag: black and white photography

  • Hunstanston

    Hunstanston

    Taken in Hunstanston, another beach place here in UK. When I visited this place, the tide was low. Far in the horizon you can see the ferry wheel in the amusements park. This concrete wall that cuts diagonally the picture was really impressive. I can imagine that differences between high and low tides are big […]

  • Tower.

    Tower.

    Tower at the entrance on Leeds Castle. It was a bit late and we were going back home when I saw this tower. The cloudy and dark day with those two mysterious persons under the light grabbed my attention. I liked this one in black and white. It’s a bit of a contrast with the colourful carnival we found…

  • Angles

    Angles

    This wall is from one of the Clare College buildings in Cambridge. Google maps has an old image of the area. In this case, Bing maps are better. I was just walking around that area when that façade grabbed my attention. I liked the reflection of the clouds in those angled windows. The tree branches on top of the regular spaced…

  • Cows

    Cows

    Spiders may not still be here, but the cows have been released! This is one of the most surprising things to newcomers in Cambridge. There are cows in some parks in the town. You can find them here, here and possibly here. I think I have seen them here also. They are mostly harmless, but when you pass near them with your…

  • Zebra

    Zebra

    I’m not too much into Zoos. I find the animals living in those places to have a sad look in their eyes, if that is even possible. I did today a quick visit to Linton Zoo, near Cambridge, because my daughter loves these places. The weather, again, was not very comfortable. And the place was empty. Only some animals…

  • Upstairs

    Upstairs

    This one is taken in the British Museum in London. I tried to emphasize the shadow and light patterns with local contrast and tonal adjustments. I applied some perspective and rotation correction to straighten the vertical and horizontal lines. I thought that black and white was better for this image. The shooting involved a bit of patience waiting for those museum stairs…

0
    0
    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop