This is my last full week of work, so I’ve been busy making sure that all the little things are done, so I haven’t really had time to get out with my camera and take new pictures. That means I had to dig through my archives to see what I could find to convert to black and white…

Chain Link {Living Outside the Stacks} #ourproject52

Ceiling {Living Outside the Stacks} #OurProject52

The thing about black and white images is that you need to have something with a lot of contrast. For the most part, I prefer simplicity in black and white images like the chain link, because your eye knows where to focus. But the ceiling, with all of it’s gradations of gray and black is interesting as well.

My Daughter Portrait {Living Outside the Stacks} #ourproject52


My Daughter {Living Outside the Stacks} #ourproject52

Pictures I took of my daughter for a previous post, if you’d like to see similar pictures in color, click here.

Black and white portraits are probably my favorite. I like the gritty urban feel they have.

Do you like black and white photography?

Happy Clicking,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}



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I’m linking up this post with Lipgloss and Binky and Everyday Eyecandy for the Our Project 52 photography challenge. Please check them out and make sure you visit the other participants.