iPhoneography Monday: 9-15-14


iPhone Monday 9-15-14

Regular readers know one of my favorite things to do is explore a new beach and Second Beach on the Washington coast has moved to the top of my list.  I’ve posted a few photos from this visit and there will be more to come but today I have this black and white view for Lens and Pen by Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge:  Black and White.

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50 thoughts on “iPhoneography Monday: 9-15-14

  1. Marvelous sweeping scene of the Northwest coastline. Your perspective and the black and white give the image a bold patina that also is made inviting by the contrasts and textures. I want to go walk there right now. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. I love the iphone camera, can’t wait to get the 6, wondering though about the Samsung Galaxy also, heard the photo’s are good. I think the photo of the beach is amazing, such beautiful detail and I always love a B&W photo.

    1. Well thanks, Amy! I took this shot because I couldn’t stop looking at all of the colors on the beach and the reflected sky so I’m a little surprised that I chose to post it in b&w. Maybe I’ll share the color version later. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for such a nice comment, Stacy! I don’t think these photos would print well in a format much larger than 4×6 but I keep thinking a series of small images hung together would have the impact of a bigger piece. Experimenting with this is on one of my lists for future projects. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Paula! I agree this does have a little bit of a sci-fi feeling to it. 🙂 I like the color version because it reminds me of standing there but the contrasts are more striking in black and white. I’m glad you think it works!

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