MONOCHROMATIC PARIS

Paris is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world and to capture in a photograph the very essence of this city is quite a challenge. I have an extensive collection of photographs from my last trip to the City of Lights but I’ve been struggling how to present them in a cohesive manner. I did notice a lot of street scene photos in my collection so I decided to group together a few of my favorites and present them all in black and white. The monochromatic effect creates a timeless and romantic feel to the photographs as if they were all taken in a different era. From the magazine kiosks and roadside cafes to the charming neighborhood shops and magnificent tree lined boulevards, it is definitely very difficult not to fall in love with this city.

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24 Comments on “MONOCHROMATIC PARIS

  1. Spot on! You were correct in showing these in B&W. They are stunning! Wonderful images, what I love about B&W. No need for color in any of them. Thanks also for visiting my blog, Natural Views!

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I love the way you have gone from full black to stark white in these shots. The full range of shading gives a great feel to the photos. Paris truly is a great city. Well done.

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