13 thoughts on “Holiday lights in black and white

  1. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you so much, Elvira. I am very grateful to these holiday lights for the opportunity to share the beauty of Boston.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much, Dolly. I decided that a high contrast black and white photo would be good to get the most out of this holiday lighting. In any case, there were still no interesting colors to display.

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      1. vovazinger Post author

        Thank you. I started with black and white photography. And although I switched to photo slides and then to color photography, I still love taking black and white photos.

  2. Cheyenne MacMasters

    This works beautifully in black and white, Vova. I started out as a b/w photographer, then earned my living retouching b/w photographs in NYC. My painter’s palette is still black and white. Haven’t gotten bored with the tonal gradations…

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I also started with black and white photography and still love taking photos that way. But to be honest, I can’t speak for everyone, but for me it’s more difficult to get a good interesting black and white photo than a color one.

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