Beauty of black and white photography – Part 2


Here I go again. I will throw some black and photos at you. When I started to play with photography, you could only take 36 pictures out of the roll. You really had to be conscious what you shot because you could be out of the film quickly. Today, it is easy – you can kill digits by megabytes.

Are we there yet?

I find humans, and especially kids to be very difficult subjects. You have to be patient.

Snow, road, and trees

Nature is fantastic, it is patient and gives you time to look and get it right (hopefully). Winter – snow, the blackness of the empty asphalt road and trees – perfect for black and white.

Birds and Karl’s Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic

Winter in Prague

Saint Basil’s Cathedral at the Red Square

Winter in Moscow – Red Square

Project: Fire Escape Stairs in Philly


Empty beach

Empty winter beach


Movement in black and white

angry ocean

Waves frozen in black and white

City of Brotherly Love

Philly at night ๐Ÿ™‚

Bird and the sunrise

Outline of the bird on the beach sign.

1963 Cadillac DeVille got to love this animal

Sweet ride ๐Ÿ™‚

Checking the slots

Casino time ๐Ÿ™‚

on duty

Briefing in Congress…

Waterfall at the Appalachian Trail






Abe from the side during sunrise

The monuments are fantastic anytime. They are patient subjects.

Arlington Memorial Amphitheater at the Arlington National Cemetery

Walking around the Arlington Memorial Cemetery you can see magnificent gardens of stone. The black and white medium is perfect to give the real feeling of the moment.



Play with shadow ๐Ÿ™‚


it is time

Time piece.

Very fast runner…

Night photo is fun in black and white.


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