It’s Monochrome Madness time again!
Once again I found myself at Preservation Park in Oakland, California. This tiny park packs a picturesque punch with colorful foliage and Victorian architecture. The park is actually a re-creation of a Victorian neighborhood where they hold events and meetings. Last time I was here I focused on the beautiful flowers and I wanted to get back to try my hand at the architecture. (Whew, all that hammering has made me tired, lol.)
I love looking for contrast now and am starting to see it more which is encouraging. When I first started photography, all I could think of was color. Don’t get me wrong, I still adore color and even in color photographs contrast is important. What I’ve noticed, though, is that looking for B&W images before I take the picture rather than converting a previous image I didn’t initially intend for…
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