It’s day four of the five day black and white challenge that Sue J kindly invited me to take up. I don’t usually get involved in these kinds of challenges but this one seemed very timely given I’ve been exploring black and white film. My first two images, came from my film cameras and were planned black and white photographs. Yesterday’s photo was a digital conversion from a colour photograph as is this picture. The difference with this one is that with grey skies, ocean and rocks, the image was very monochromatic to start with, the conversion wasn’t a huge leap. This is a double, long, exposure, accentuating I think, the dynamic nature of wind and tide. The picture was taken on the beach at Constantine Bay here in Cornwall. Something a little different. Click on the picture for a larger and sharper view, it does make a difference.. :-)
Today I’d like to invite Mike to take up the challenge. Mike frequently treats us to some superb black and white photography on his blog Mike’s Look at Life. I’m hoping he’ll share some more over the next five days but only if time allows of course..
I’m happy to say that Angi has taken up the challenge and you can see her black and white photos on her blog, Moments in Time