When you take away the color, you see the petals, both fragile and strong.
Thank you very much. I agree with you. A black and white photo is usually more detailed. And this is a great advantage. But a color photo has its own advantage – colorlessness. And sometimes it is very difficult to decide what to choose.
I so agree. I love b&w photography but sometimes colour is the winner when it comes to capturing flowers. Many thanks for dropping by my blog. Much appreciated.
I like to take both b / w and color photographs. Each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages. And I choose one that better matches what I want to show.
I use to take photos as a journalist for a country newspaper in the old days when we only used b&w. I loved being in the dark room and watching the pictures come to life before me. I now love my digital camera but I have learnt quickly you have to respect colour in a new way. Thank you for sharing.
I also started with b/w photography and used a regular film camera. I also remember the time spent in a dark room and the feeling of watching the process of the appearance of an image on white paper. It was a very interesting experience.
So beautiful 😍
Thank you very much. I am glad that spring gave me so many opportunities to take some interesting pictures.
You are incredible photographer 😍
Many thanks. You are very kind. I love taking pictures, but I’m still an amateur.
Thank you very much.
nice picture 👍💐
Black and white adds character to this beautiful. ♥️
Thank you very much. The color of this tulip was very ordinary, nothing interesting, but the shape of the flower and the shape of its petals were amazing. This is why I chose to take black and white photo.
I don’t know why, but I always find black and white more attractive. That picture is stunning.
Thank you very much. Black and white photography has a big advantage – it allows you to get a much more detailed image of the photographed object. It is always attractive. But taking a good black and white photo is, in my experience, much more difficult than taking a color photo.
Stunning in its lady-like posture as it waits for the sun’s warmth to gently tease its petals open.
Many thanks. I really like the description you gave for this photo. I could not imagine that it could have such an impression .
The texture and depth is remarkable, I would have missed it if this was in color.
Many thanks. Unfortunately, you are absolutely right – it’s almost impossible to make such a detailed image in color, at least I can’t.
This photo inspired me today and I created a short three sentence post. I can find a stock image to use with it, but would love to use yours if you give permission. Feel free to contact me if that is something you would be interested in. I would obviously share my writing to get your ok before hand.
I have no any restrictions. I am very glad that you liked it. I am happy to share the beauty that I was able to see.
Somehow I missed that you replied… I’m going to add this photo and also use it as meme on Instagram and Twitter. Happy to tag you if you use either of those mediums.
Thank you. But I have no Instagram or Twitter accounts.
Reblogged this on ausevor.
This is so beautiful!
Indeed, it is the choice of black-and-white the makes the shapes and textures stand out.
I cannot argue about this. I think I made the right choice. Thank you.
I have never liked Tulips until today. All of a sudden I can see the fragility and innocence…
Thank you. I can not believe this. This is a very graceful flower. I began to appreciate this flower even more after visiting the Netherlands.
Loving your black and whites!
Thank you very much. I’m glad you liked it.
Lovely B&W capture
Thank you so much.
Your most welcome…
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