Black and White: Now we’ll never know

               
For today’s black and white picture, I have this crazy picture for you. I like it because it looks like I took a boring picture of bars until you look at the stuff in the background…. which seems to not be oriented correctly. Actually, this is a good time to point out one of my favorite features about black and white pictures – the fact that you notice so much more of the details that you might not notice if the picture had color. For example, if I post a picture of me with green skin, you will probably notice the fact that I seem to look very sick but you might not notice the finer details of the picture besides my green skin. If the picture were black and white, you might not notice that my skin was a different color and you’d content yourself with looking at the rest of the details. That’s my theory at least…
So… today’s picture: So sneaky. So confusing! What is going on?!?!

Well… if you must know, then I guess I can tell you. I took a picture of a railing that was diagonal… but then I tilted the camera so that the railing appeared horizontal… thus tilting everything else in the picture and confusing you. Ahahaha…

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2 thoughts on “Black and White: Now we’ll never know

  1. Great image, interesting what you say about black and white photographs, I almost always turn my images black and white on the computer just to see what they look like, and almost always love them, but can’t seem to let go of the vibrant colour my camera captures. It’s the tone, shape and texture you really start to appreciate! even down to the different tones on the wood behind the rails in your image. Love it

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