garden photography: monochrome

In February I am looking for Monochrome (black and white or tones of one colour. Look for texture, shape and patterns. The subject matter is entirely up to you, but should be loosely garden related.) My final offering is a low key edit of a pure white arum lily. Because this flower was growing inContinue reading “garden photography: monochrome”

garden photography: monochrome

In February I am looking for Monochrome (black and white or tones of one colour. Look for texture, shape and patterns. The subject matter is entirely up to you, but should be loosely garden related.) Finding a strong shape is one of the criterion for what could be an interesting black and white conversion, butContinue reading “garden photography: monochrome”

garden photography: monochrome

In February I am looking for Monochrome (black and white or tones of one colour. Look for texture, shape and patterns. The subject matter is entirely up to you, but should be loosely garden related.) Lysichiton camschatcensis or Asian skunk cabage – I was attracted to this grouping because of the unusual green and white colouration withContinue reading “garden photography: monochrome”

garden photography: monochrome

Well it is February and the start of a new theme. If you want to add a new dynamic to your photography then try adding pattern, form and texture. Often converting an image to black and white brings out something of interest, be it patterns or textures, that somehow get overlooked by colour. You can useContinue reading “garden photography: monochrome”