Monochrome Madness – 2 – 25


Back to Cape Otway in Victoria for this black and white.Β  It was stunning in scene when we arrived to a big storm brewing so I thought Id see what it felt and looked like in monochrome.

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and colour

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20 comments

  1. I love the colour version. It’s almost B&W but with that hint of blue. Lovely shot, Kaz

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  2. Love this shot, Kaz! The composition is perfect. πŸ™‚

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  3. For me the monochrome wins hands down! The white curving fence and the dark looming clouds are perfect foils for one another.

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  4. Hi Kaz.. Love these photos..Monochrome or colour both look good..really enjoy seeing your shots thank you

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  5. The black and white looked more ominous.

    Like

  6. I think I like the colour version more too, gives it more drama I think.

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  7. Both have a different feel, but I’m going B&W this time. A Sense of the approaching storm is stronger in it.

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  8. It’s surreal…don’t know why but reminded me of Rebecca (book).

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    • II have to admit I did need to look up the book Rebecca and I guess its Rebecca’s death at sea and the thought of the rocks and waves that may have lead you to think of that I wonder. Thanks again for your comment πŸ™‚

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