“This week’s Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge (CB&W) topic is Any Kind of Bricks or Stone Walls, Walks or Roads…” I normally do not convert color photos into black & whites, but today I used the CameraBag2 app to make this toned image as an experiment. What do you think about the results?
This week Cee has challenged us to find a black and white photo with a subject whose name starts with either the letter “B” or “W”. How about a Bullet hole?
This week I used the ProvokeCamera app on my iPhone 5 to take this photo of the 50-yardline at a local high school football field. I made some edits with the Tonality Pro app and straightened the composition using Snapseed. Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenges
I found this sign during a recent trip to Ohio.
The topic for Sally’s photo challenge this week is Black & White. We met this goat at Slide Ranch last week.
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It is challenger’s choice today at Sally’s blog and I am going with an image that I took using a new photo app, Provoke Camera. This app mimics the grainy B&W Japanese films of the 60s and is from the folks who brought us MPro, my favorite B&W app.
This week Sally has challenged us to post a black & white photograph. I took this photo of the Krazy Kalico with the ToonCamera app and framed it with SnapSeed.
This week Sally has challenged us with the subject of Nature. I took this photo of tree branches with the MPro app and made edits in KaleidaCam and Snapseed.