…Or B&W.
Scott has set up his 24th assignment.
Most of us are using digital cameras today – I think, and therefore nearly all photos are shot in color.
But try and have a look with your ‘luminance’ eyes, and see if the colors really makes the photo better.
The images I print are roughly 50-50 color or B&W.
These pictures were made in B&W because the colors didn’t add to the experience.
First a picture from a place that’s very ‘hot’ these days. The columns around sct.Peters Church in the Vactican State.

Playing in the streets for a coin or two. I gave a few for the posing.


Two friends having a good time together in Rome.


One of my favourites, which some of you might have seen before. This is Black and White.


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  1. These are incredibly beautiful — and I love that little boy marching beside the sailors!

    I’m glad Scott’s assignment took me to your blog, so I could see these.

  2. You show us some very fine black&white photos – very different and illustrating the many possibilities in shooting without colors. Well done, Carsten. I hope you and your family is OK?

    1. Mange tak Truels.
      Jow da, vi har det fint; men har haft travlt med forskelligt.
      Også gode ønsker for dig og dine.

  3. So nice to see you back, Carsten ! Rome in B&W is just beautiful ! The first picture is excellent but so are the next ones too. I remember the sailors and the little boy… Great instant shots where B/W is perfect.
    All the best to you and yours and wishing you a Happy Easter.

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