Venice in Black & White

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I spent the last couple of days in November wandering the streets of Venice with my Contax and a camera bag full of black & white film.

Let me tell you, even on the bleakest of winter days, the colours of this beautiful city never cease to inspire me.  At times it was very frustrating limiting myself to monochrome, but I’ve wanted to get to know black & white film better for a while now and it was great to approach my frames differently. Instead of looking for colour, I was looking for contrasting tones, strong lines and patterns and that’s certainly no bad thing.

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19/01/2013 - 15:58

Erich Bissoir - Hallo Victoria,

Ihre Fotos sind sehr schön. Ich finde, dass Aufnahmen in schwarz/weiß das Objekt eindrucksvoller und der Wirklichkeit näher erscheinen lässt. Das Spiel mit Licht und Schatten kann so mit Farben nicht erreicht werden. Gratulation!

19/01/2013 - 15:06

Boo - Wow – great decision to go black and white! You’ve really brought out the film star in Venice!! xx

19/01/2013 - 12:24

Jane Packard - Aww Vicki fab pics! X

19/01/2013 - 12:06

Siegrid - Spectacular Vicki!!! Love them all xxx

19/01/2013 - 12:06

Kay Maguire - Vikki, these are just fantastic. Love them all x

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