The Power of Black and White

1-Impatientints
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.

https://lensandpensbysally.wordpress.com/2016/02/15/sally-ds-mobile-photography-challenge-black-and-white-and-the-fog-of-winter/

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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