Picture Gallery 2: Many things can be photographed, the great thing about Black and White is the light and the shadows give the image depth and feeling. The opportunities for textures, patterns and detail are endless, my feeling is that the world is in colour, but I see in Black and White. There is something special to me for still using film, it’s the following of the whole process from taking the image, to printing in the darkroom.
Amsterdam was an amazingly photogenic city, I took many pictures there and had a lot of fun in my 20’s. (Taking Photographs)
Ballidon Quarry in Derbyshire, good contrast on this image with the different shadows.
Whilst walking along a disused railway in Derbyshire this building and the chimneys caught my eye.
The magic of Black and White, textures and detail really work with this old wooden wheel.
An image from the 1980’s, one of my favorites, taken in one of the London Parks in the 1980’s, one of my favorites on Picture Gallery 2.
The detail and patterns on this image works well.
This image was taken from the other end of the bridge.
One of the bridges of Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, patterns like this are very effective in Black and White photography.
More detail and texture in this simple image.
The Scottish Highlands, an amazing place for light and barren landscapes, this lonely cottage makes a great foreground.
A quiet Loch in the Scottish Highlands, I wish I had spent more time wandering around with my cameras.
Nice patterns made by the light and shadows in this image.
The last picture on Picture Gallery 2 walking along Brighton Seafront the empty glasses on a wall outside a bar caught my eye. Pictures like this can only be ever grabbed once.
Picture Gallery 3