Out in the streets before the rest of the tourists wake up. Had a wish to kind of ‘have the town for myself’ in order to make some pictures in monochrome.
The narrow Streets. The houses. The shops. The corners and piazzas. It all invited to experiment with monochrome. So I got out of bed earlier than usual. Left the hotel with my mobile and took a stroll in the heart of the town.
I was indeed alone in the sense of being a tourist. Only the locals were up, getting shops and resturants ready for another busy day. The weather was bright but slightly cloudy. So I had not to worry about too much contrast in my pictures when taken. I would rather work with that in the postprocessing later.
Below You find 8 pictures, the result of my morningstroll in Malcesine. I have tried to make som slightly ‘punchy’ monochromes, or black and whites if You wish.
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(Or, how to mix coffee and mobilephotography)
It is cold and rainy outside the window. Not at all ‘spring-like’ even though the calendar states April 17th.
The only way, for me, to counter a creeping winter mood would be a good cup of coffee. And then why not picture the process on my mobilephone, and put some pictures on my website?
A setup on the dining table. A mix of daylight and a spot, supported by a diffusescreen. A wooden tray, and most of the shots made handheld.
All pics processed in Snapseed.
Have a nice cup of coffee :o)
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There is an ambient silence in the church. It reveals the life of light and shadows, so fascinating to any painter, photographer or in other way visual artist.
Monochrome seemed to be the best choice in order to depict what I saw today.
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