Here is my entry for Perelincolors Tech of the Month Challenge, which focused on Black and White this month.
If you would like to learn more about Black and White photos, head to her post. Click in the links provided in this post. Perelincolors has made a sharp and focused summary of the essential information you need to know to experiment and make photos you won’t regret.
Last week I had the opportunity to visit an unusual site in Amsterdam. There is a temporary platform playing a panoramic terrace, installed at the rooftop of the Old Church in Amsterdam, which has been opened for visitors from June 26 until September 6. This is an installation created by Japanese artist Taturo Atzu, called: The Garden which is Nearest to God.
Here is the link if you want to know more about the installation.
I selected a few photos to submit to this challenge.
The challenge runs as a guest post in the Photo Rehab as well, every first week of the month.
I used a Olympus E-M10 and used two lenses: 45mm (equivalent 90mm) f/2,5 and a 14-42 mm (equivalent 28-84mm lens f/3,5-5,6.
Photos converted to Black and White at LightRoom.