Monochrome Madness – Some oldies but ones I love

I am trying to learn some new software that will hopefully help me with my time-lapses so processing photos has gone by the wayside a bit.

I decided to look at my media page here and put in the word monochrome and see what images come up. There were a lot of them.

One of the problems with having taken photos for so many years is that it is always hard to work out which images I love the most. Another problem is that I forget about images that I have done in the past. I love going back over older posts to see what I can find.

Do you ever do that?

Participating in Monochrome Madness

If you would like to participate in this challenge please post photos on your blog and use the tag Monochrome-Madness, as then I can use the reader to see what you post.

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  1. Sometimes I do. It usually happens when I’m looking for something for whatever reason, but there are times when I might look to rephotograph something or if I’m looking to see what settings I used to capture something similar.

    I have a vague memory of having seen the trees and wharf before. If I remember correctly, you shared them a good few years back.

    1. They are all good reason, I like the idea of rephotographing something and see how you did it before.
      Yeah, I shared them quite a while a go, almost 10 years, they were from 2014. Thank you.

    1. Oh yes, very much for a reason. Thank you Penny, and thank you for saying that about the background. I like black backgrounds, actually I generally just love black.

    2. Ages back I did a street-art book for myself (Blurb template), and positioned it on black… how those images popped! but then text is harder to read, so: less text, in larger font size & preferably serif

    3. I have a couple of friends who do that, books for themselves. I know that black backgrounds can be hard to read text on, but I don’t know what to do, I have a basic font and have made it as large as I can without it looking silly. Sorry.

    1. Thank you Brian. I was just saying that I was lucky to get that shot when I did, it was destroyed soon after by a boat, completely gone.

    1. That is a special one Sofia, not long after it was taken a boat ran into it and it was completely destroyed. Lucky I got the shot when I did. Thank you.

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  2. nice! love the Laurent shot.


  3. I think it’s really important to look back on your previous stuff.
    Sometimes I think, “Uh, what was I thinking?!” and sometimes I find something previously overlooked.

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