A Black and White Photo challenge, “Neighbourhood”
Now this was a real challenge set by Sonel (CLICK HERE TO SEE HER POST)
In the days of my first camera, an instamatic that took photos in B & W, it was a case of point, shoot and hope for the best. The results would only be known when someone developed the photos for you, and then there were so many “Oh Carp” (no I didn’t spell it wrong, just thought I’d be polite) moments.
This challenge had me setting the camera on B & W and trying all sorts of settings… in the end I reverted to the Auto setting and did a little manipulating on the computer using my free photo software.
Why is this so difficult.? Surely when one only has to think of white balance and exposure, this should be so much easier than shooting in colour.
Well here are the results, and thanks Sonel for setting another challenge for me to discover how to take photos in B & W again. Now here is my entry for this weeks challenge, a pictorial of the local N.G. Kerk, a wonderful building, good architecture and huge here in my neighbourhood. Seats 7 000 in the auditorium…
Plenty of glass to give great reflections…..
And plenty of shapes and sizes for the challenge…….
and what an auditorium… 7 000 people, three tiers… can you imagine how that must sound when they sing a hymn???