Wow - love that first picture of your son. That face is ADORABLE! And thank you for sharing the whys behind converting to b&w. I would not have know your husband's face was turning red or that your son was wearing a pink lifejacket. lol!
I love black&white photography. I think, one out of ten photos I get printed is b/w.
Challenge - Photo Challenge: Black & White Processing
by Wendy Sue
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Photography
Back when film was the ONLY option for photos, I loved splurging on a roll of black & white film once or twice a year. Now, with digital photography, black and white is always an option!
There are many reasons to convert a photo to black and white. Here's why I converted these photos: (1) I just loved the way the black and white really allowed the focus to be on the “photo within” on this one of my son playing with our point & shoot camera. (2)Sometimes black and white is just more flattering - especially when your husband is turning a little bit red in the face while he's making music! and (3)Sometimes, black and white will preserve dignity. ;) We went on vacation and forgot to bring our son's life jacket with us, so he had to use a pink life jacket that was already at the vacation house. He was NOT happy about it - so I opted to convert all of the photos that showed the obviously pink jacket to black & white so he wouldn't be upset when he saw his photos.
This week your challenge theme is to share a photo you've converted to black & white! Bonus points if you'll share WHY you chose to convert it! Have fun–I can't wait to see your photos!
Upload your challenge submission by next Friday for your chance to win a Two Peas $5 gift certificate. Don't forget to check the challenge checkbox to be included, and watch out for the announcement of the winner next Saturday on the Two Peas blog [twopeasinabucket.typepad.com]!
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