Photography 101: Architecture & Monochrome

Architecture

Today is another double whammy for photography 101. We are not only to look out for architecture that catches our eye, but to then see how it looks in Monochrome.

I have noticed a few of the houses nearby where I live have these little trellis type designs either side of their front doors.

They are sort of lacey and as far as I know, serve no purpose. I wondered how they would look in black and white.

I went over to Picmonkey and applied ‘Silverscreen’ to the photo, thinking it might add a touch of glamour. Actually, it just looks as though I have got an old photo from the 50s kicking around!

 

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