“WEEK 4: Landscape: Black and White: Look for a scene with great contrast that will make a great black and white.”
It’s been almost 2 months since I came back from a 6-day trip to Berlin. I will explain more on Wednesday’s post. And I’ll share some photos from the trip there! Stay tuned because I made that post a little bit different than usual, so please let me know if you’ve liked it when you read it in the comments.
Berlin’s content is coming this late because I had some other posts prepared to go live before this one. So I’m sorry for the delay!
Anyway, this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 5 is about a landscape contrasty enough to pull a black and white edit. So I chose one specific city landscape I shot when I was in Berlin; Memorial To The Murdered Jews of Europe.
It was a really sunny day, so I had a lot of harsh light to play with. And harsh light usually means harsh shadows. So that gave me all the tools I needed to create contrasty enough photos; which are perfect for black and white edits.
I went to this place with this 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 5 in mind. So my pictures were mindfully taken, and I tried to follow and capture the lights and shadows accordingly for this week’s challenge.
So, remember you can find more inspiration at #52weeksab on the gram.