The Power of Black and White

1-Magenta Pansy Snapseed Edit
Power Of Shapes
2-Green Apple and 2 Pears Phototoaster and

I have been collecting bright-colored photos for the Crayola Challenge, which ask to provide an image to match all 120 in the box of crayons. Getting ready for  Black and white Challenge I transformed these two images with various apps.
I often test a color photo to see if it is structurally sound by looking at it in B&W if it is speaks without color then I know I have a powerful image.

Let me know what you think.

21 thoughts

      1. Upon further examination it seems like it should be in deeper shadow.

        If it is raised up to get more light on the top, that’s a good decision. The composition works well this way.

        I don’t find it to be a distraction.


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