This feels almost a bit scary. I’m not good at all when it comes to edit my images to black and white.In September I visited an exhibition of old motorbikes at the Aviation Museum in Ta ‘Qali. The Historical Motorcycles Club exhibited both classic……and military motorbikes.…as well as some old cars.
Engine and a wheel.
As I wrote, I’m not used to this at all, but, as long as it’s fun, I will continue to challenge myself.
As last time, I show my images also in color, for those who like to compare.
Your comment or advice for improvement would as always be greatly appreciated.For some unknown reason, it’s not possible to comment on this post.
Thanks anyway for visiting my site!
Susan’s Black and White on Wednesdays
“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes.
But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls”
– Ted Grant –
I’m not sure if I agree with Ted Grant.
These images were taken when I sat in my car waiting while a religious procession passes by along the road. Nowadays it is not so common for me to photograph people.
What’s more unusual is that I edit them to black and white, so these are an exception.But I enjoy trying something new and would love to learn more.
What do you think about my black and white photos, how could they have been improved?
Here the images are also shown in color, for those who want to compare.
Your comment is much appreciated. Thanks!
Susan’s Black and White on Wednesdays
Fort Manoel / Il-Gżira Manoel Island, Malta January 2019.
Today we only have 10 degrees, rainy and strong winds, which means it feels even colder here on the island. Just searching for some light, this Wordless Wednesday.
By the way, I have a new site where I participate in a Swedish photo challenge.
You are more than welcome to visit my maltanita.blog
I’m really not used to converting images to black and white so this is a really fun and exciting challenge. I could not resist put in a little bit of color in each image, but it’s so tiny that it’s barely noticeable, or……perhaps too much noticeable. Anyway, this is my post to this week’s fun black and white photo challenge. Click the link below to see more b/w images.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any kind of tables and chairs
Once again I take part in Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge and the theme for this week is “Pets”! It suits me well because I now have my own pet. My funny silly, lovely little Fanny, almost four months old.
There are lots of wild cats in Ġnien Indipendenza/Independence Garden here in Sliema. Mutual harmony between dog and human being.
This blog is not going to be a Dog-blog but now and then I’ll post pics of my little puppy.
She`s now a part of my everyday life.
Here`s my entry for this week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge. Just for fun 🙂 This week it’s about distance. At a distance, you would barely notice the little bird.At a distance, you can focus on what you want.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge / In the Distance.
This is a great fun and for me a completely new challenge. To convert from color and use only black and white.An indoor garage here in Kuching with the shadow of a man walking from the entrance.
This is a spiral staircase inside a very old mill completely made of stone in a small town in Malta. This image was taken inside a train in Singapore. This photo is not exactly the same as the one above. Just a small difference in light and contrast but I know that even a small difference can mean a lot and that’s
what I’ll try to learn in Cee’s weekly Black & White Photo Challenge.
CB&W: Indoor Walkways, Hallways, Elevators etc..
För någon vecka sen var vi på City Theatre på Old Bakery Street inne i Valletta för att lyssna på Gordon Davis. En Maltes bosatt i England som blivit en framgångsrik imitatör och hyllningsartist till Elvis Presley. Med sin utstrålning och fantastiska röst underhöll han publiken med en tillbakablick av en svunnen tid då Elvis Presley var som mest framgångsrik. Retro, en stil, ett skapande och bevarande av något som en gång varit.