Limitations often activate my inner creativity - macro, black and white photos

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Hello,

Today I will present you two macro photos of sculptures from two beautiful and very charming cities.

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"Face" - photo was taken in Luxemburg.

How do I feel black and white photo ;)

Limitations often activate my inner creativity :) With only two colors available, try to play with light and shadows so that the content of photography can be captured as nicely as possible.


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"Atomium"- located in the Laeken district in the suburbs of Brussels.

Theoretically, each photo can be black and white, if we recognize that we have such a vision.

It adds character, more severity, seriousness and climate thanks to this type of photos.

Black and white photography is also characterized by the simplicity of the composition.



This is my submission to #monochromemonday by @old-guy-photos


This is my entry for #monomad photography challenge hosted by @brumest.

MonoMad Photographic - Monday - Macro


I vote for them:

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@TheRealWolf

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@blocktrades

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@qurator


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Very interesting and different effect on my perception! But it’s very difficult to get good monochrome photos!!

Well done, Greg! I like the first picture and the face. You caught the character and framed it nicely.

The second is just very interesting. I have a hard time with mono shots. I need to spend more time focusing on good subjects.

Black and white is always have specific space in photography level, you clicked it very well.

I totally agree! Mono sometimes forces us to look past the distraction of color to the testure and true nature of a subject!