5 Reasons to go for Black and White Photographs

Do you always capture colour photographs? Want to create Black and White photographs but unsure when to go for it? Well, then scroll down to uncover the 5 reasons that will help you decide which photos would look better in Black and White!

1) When you want to add drama to the photograph

Black and White Photography
Black and White Photography
Black and White Photography

2) When you want to add charm to Portrait Photography; give a timeless feel to Landscape Photography (especially Waterfalls)

Black and White Photography

3) When you want to give the viewer, a feel of the bygone era

Black and White Photography

4) When capturing Shadows

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5) It depends upon the artistic/creative vision you have in mind that you want to show your viewer through your photo, take the call accordingly

(Below is a photograph with Bokeh effect)

Black and White Photography

Other areas to create Black and White photos to create a mood or highlight the texture include Wildlife Photography, Street Photography & Architecture Photography.

We bring you ‘Jo & His Camera’ Comic Strips wherein a Magical Camera gives DSLR photography tutorials to Jo.

Click on the below Image to see the Comic wherein the Camera explains Jo, the concept  of Black and White Photography with the help of practical examples.

Black and White Photography

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