What a wonderful image!
Beautilful and elegant! Thak’s Vova Zinger
Thank you very much, Elvira.
You are welcome, Vova Zinger.
The monotone treatment really works with this one; very nice.
Thank you very much. The colors weren’t very impressive, but the view looked interesting, so I decided to try using a monochrome image.
Great photo using an interesting technique Vova. Lynn
Thank you very much.
Looks mysterious in monochrome – great photo, Vova.
Thank you very much. I think this feeling comes from the fact that there are a lot of shades of gray in this photo. And gray is neither white nor black, and the question immediately arises – why.
I haven’t counted the “fifty shades,” but yes, gray creates the ambiguity of mystery.
Probably because there is some uncertainty in the gray color, what will be the next bright light or complete darkness.
But darkness is only the absence of light whereas gray does have so many shades.
interesting image. Would you consider cropping closer to the upper rail? It might bring the door more into focus.
Thank you very much. I really wanted to include the lights in this photo. And that basically determined the selected crop and the crop factor.
Like everyone else, I think monochrome works well with this image…sometimes, black and white is better. When I was younger, I wouldn’t watch black and white movies; for some time now, though, I think monochrome is a good way to impart mood in multiple mediums.
I used to not like black and whites too may it be pictures or movies
Thank you very much. In my experience, there are both bad black and white and color photos, but making a good black and white photo is more difficult. This is my opinion, and in many cases it was correct.
I guess our tastes can change as we grow older.
Nothing is permanent and neither are we.
This is so true
Thank you very much. I fully agree with you. I think that both color and monochrome images have their advantages. And I think it’s very important to choose the right tool to achieve the desired goal.
I agree. 🙂
Wrought iron is so decorative – enjoyed the pic
Thank you very much. This is probably the main reason why it is so widely used.
I love detailed wrought iron.
Many thanks. This is probably one of the main differences between color and monochrome photographs. The first impresses most of all with colors, and the second with details.
Love the monochrome effect!
Thank you very much. I decided that a monochrome look in this case is the best way to convey the feeling of twilight.
It definitely does. Monochrome has its charm and always makes the pic look classy
Probably because black-and-white photography was the first to be invented, and only much later did color photography appear.
Yes, true! It’s also pleasing to the eyes.
This and the other b/w of the resting bench have to be my favorites from you so far✨🧡
Thank you very much. I love taking black and white photographs. But I do not do them so often, because it is very difficult to make a good monochrome photo. And very often I am not satisfied with the end result.
Yeah! Good monochrome photos are rare to create, but when they come up, they’re so good!
I absolutely agree with you.
I really like your photos of buildings.
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