As someone who is inspired by taking photographs, you most likely obsess over black and white photography. There just is something fascinating about this form of photography that can really change our views on the object. Although you are taking out the colors in the photo, you still are left with so many different feelings about it. The images look simple yet extremely complex at the same time. Because there are so many things you can do with this type of shooting, there are ways in which you can elevate your skills to the next level so you get great shots every time.
This post isn’t supposed to showcase the best black-and-white-photos of world’s best photographers; please see it as a modest attempt to inspire designers for experimenting with black and white instead of using a variety of vibrant colors all the time. Hopefully, everybody will find something interesting and unusual for herself or himself.
The photo presented below, although in black and white, is both extremely sharp and clear. To achieve such level of clarity in black and white is extremely hard.
These photo seems to be taken at exact the right moment from exactly the right angle with a perfect lighting. Black and white can be powerful as well.
Subject studies is the discipline of concentration on one particular subject. Not quite still-lifes, though they share some similar qualities, subject studies focus on one particular object in view.
Photos sans color require an enhanced use of lighting, shadows, and subject focus. Black and white photography brings out details usually overlooked in standard color photos. Most modern colour digital cameras include a black and white mode, though some people would argue that these will never take the same quality of photo as an original monochrome film camera.