Category Archives: Digital Monochrome

Wandering in the mist

Yesterday saw a fine morning mist and, as almost always, it called me to go out and see who else was there and what was happening. Often there are giants or fairies at play – safe in the knowledge that humans will not see them Continue reading Wandering in the mist

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The Norfolk coast

The Norfolk coast does not have the dramatic ruggedness of Cornwall or Northumberland but there is still plenty of beauty in it. Three more pictures from my trips to Norfolk.

Next up – Northumberland.

"The view east" - Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk.
“The view east” – Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk.

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Some more monochromes

I am continuing adding new mono’ images to my website. Here are the latest three.

To see more visit www.billallsopp.co.uk or www.thebritishlandscape.uk

Bamburgh castle and dunes.
Bamburgh castle and dunes.
Lindisfarne.
Lindisfarne.
The jagged edge.
The jagged edge.

15 stunning new monochrome images added to my websites today

I have not been doing much monochrome recently, it always seems to go in phases, but today I started processing a few and that led to me spotting some older ones that had not made it onto my websites for some reason.

The methods of processing vary, Continue reading 15 stunning new monochrome images added to my websites today

Monochrome

I have just added a page of random monochrome images to my website – see them here

Glorious light
Glorious light

There are many good ways to do the conversions, have a look at http://billallsopp.com/2014/08/29/digital-monochrome-methods-3/ and get stuck in.

St. Dionysius

Today I visited Market Harborough, a town about 30 miles from where I live. I visited the church there briefly while the family shopped. The sundial on the tower extols us to “Improve the Time” something as relevant to us today as it was at the time this 17th C church was built.

St. Dionysius
St. Dionysius
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The white corridor revisited

I have been forced to visit King’s Treatment Centre at Royal Derby Infirmary on a number of occasions recently. When I first went I was struck by the clean, clinical architecture of the main corridor. Six weeks ago when I went there I had just bought my Fuji X-T1 and 18-135 kit lens which I took along and took a picture, Continue reading The white corridor revisited