I’m taking part in Donna’s photo challenge this month.
I live in a part of the country that is very colorful so taking black and white photos is a real challenge.
I think barns look very neat taken in B & W.
Here I used Picassa to take the B & W and put a pencil sketch effect on it. I think it brings out the details!
These were taken at Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park in Cross Creek, Florida.
Have you ever read the book, Cross Creek or watched the movie?
This is the front porch where she wrote.
I took this one with a regular color setting and then took it to PicMonkey and used the focal B & W setting to just leave color on the vase of flowers. I thought it was a neat effect.
Here’s the one with color. (it almost looks like Sepia, doesn’t it?)
I took all of these photos with my little Nikon P 50.
To take B & W on this camera, Go to Manual Mode on top dial, Click Menu, Click Optimize Image and Click Black & White. You’re ready to snap photos!
Please join us at A Personal Photo Challenge HERE.