REAR WINDOW – THE B & W PHOTO CHALLENGE

CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: BACK OF THINGS

From Cee: This week’s topic is Back of Things. Back of things could literally mean someone’s back. It can also be from underneath. Like a bridge from underneath and we see the infrastructure of the bridge. You do need to be directly under the subject looking up. Or it could be something small enough you could turn upside. Your photo can be of anything or anyone in the world. Have fun with angles, taking the back of things or underside, profiles of things we normally only see the front. It’s a week you can be creative and have some fun.

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

16 thoughts on “REAR WINDOW – THE B & W PHOTO CHALLENGE”

    1. I like the color versions better too, but these worked out better than I expected. This isn’t exactly the same shot, either. It’s one of the same series, but I picked the one with the highest contrast.

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    1. Thank you Cee. VERY much. I’m not as confident in black & white as I am in color, so I particularly appreciate the boost in an area where I’m not always sure I’m doing good work 🙂 I feel like the kid who got a gold star in third grade. You have a wonderful week too!!

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      1. Your first photo is what really drew my attention. The chair being so wide and welcoming and comfortable, yet the man is behind it standing the other way. I don’t know it just really hit me somehow.

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        1. I felt that way when I shot it. Andy (that’s his name) was in a thoughtful frame of mind and the picture somehow got that. This particular picture works much better in black and white than it does in color.

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