Architecture and Monochrome.


The task today is quite interesting as I am someone who loves monochromes.  This course is actually helping my interest for photography more and more.

(Whispers)! I even went online checking out some Nikon Cameras and their prices yesterday.. something is brewing  😀 😀 . Watch this space.

This is my first attempt at the task for today  sitting on my bed trying out the resolution.

Monochrome  accentuates  this object with the wall
You can see the rustiness in this aluminium bucket with the way it blends with the brick wall.




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12 Comments Add yours

  1. Interesting perspective. I like the bucket 😉


    1. kingsoracle says:

      Thanks Sis. Missed your brunch party :(. had so much going on around me.

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      1. I can imagine. Not a problem, there will be many more in the near future 🙂

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      2. kingsoracle says:

        🙂 looking forward to many more.

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  2. Cyn K says:

    Visiting from the commenting bootcamp.
    The bucket picture is interesting. I can’t decide which one I prefer. You can’t tell it is rusted in the monochromatic version.

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    1. kingsoracle says:

      Aww!! thanks for your kind comment,and thanks for stopping by.


  3. Cathy W says:

    I like the monochromatic door better than the color, and the rusty bucket more than the other. I like seeing the two versions of each photo side by side. Great idea!


  4. 1kayaker says:

    When I paint from a photograph, I turn it into black and white. It allows me to see the values of the subject better than if is in color. Good luck in your search for your camera and lenses

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    1. kingsoracle says:

      Thanks for your comment and for stopping by. 🙂


  5. NooryaK says:

    They look really good in monochrome.
    Love the bucket

    Liked by 1 person

    1. kingsoracle says:

      Thanks! I love the bucket too.


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