There is this fascination. Some people might think Black and White is just boring and for old pictures. However, there is a refreshing amount of people who push themselves to compose and construct shots which are stunning even though, they do not contain a single color other than black, white and the vast amount of grey inbetween.
For me, some pictures don’t work in color and it is the job of the photographer to find them. In addition, simply converting a color image into Black and White won’t do the trick. And moreover, with the colors gone, viewer tend to catch flaws in composition faster.
I love challenges.
Angel of Justice on the Queen Victoria Memorial in front of Buckingham Palace
The skyline around the northbank of London Bridge shot from the southbank end of Millenium Bridge
London’s Tower bridge, seen a few meters away from Tower Hill station. On the right: Just a few edges of the London Tower
Trafalgar Square, viewing onto the National Gallery
getting out of King’s Cross underground station.
Inside Victoria station
London Financial district keeps on expanding
On the Monument. Looking down into the financial district of central London.
A side alley just off of Tower Bridge
Looking east on Tower Bridge. On the left: Imperial War Museum’s ship H.M.S. Belfast
City Hall on the southbank of the Thames
St Paul’s Cathedral on the northbank of the Thames river
Westminster Bridge and Big Ben Tower
Tell me what you think about the images of London. Shot at different times of day and night.
About the challenge to shoot an object that has been shot a zillion times before.