Tag: monochrome

Isolation #20

These young Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) leaves opening are like hands reaching out – I felt this was a particularly sympathetic image in these times of social isolation, regular hand washing and lack of human touch. And although we have much to concern us,… Continue Reading “Isolation #20”

isolation #19

When I see a ship in a bottle I imagine it reflects all that the sailor felt when making it. In full sail, the ship is like a horse champing at the bit; the bottle stoppers all the frustration of being landlocked and waiting… Continue Reading “isolation #19”

B&W and Monochrome

Those of us with digital cameras are advised to shoot in RAW and convert to B&W post-camera. Best of all though by shooting RAW & JPG on a monochrome setting I get to see the tones and have an idea of what the RAW… Continue Reading “B&W and Monochrome”