Beauty and Complexity of Architecture
Oak Bluff, Massachusetts
I took this photo while vacationing with the daughters this past summer. Not the best shot, but thanks to Photo 101 the skills are improving.
Also, “Thank You,” Photo 101, I now know how to change a color photo into black/white with PicMonkey. Whoopee!!
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In undertaking this mission, overcoming the FEAR is my greatest challenge. Fear has played a large role in my life, but I overcame the FEAR of breast cancer, chronic pain associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Sleep Apnea.
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9 thoughts on “Photography 101: Architecture”
That’s quite a house. Looks really good in black and white. How did you add the portion of color?
Sitting on a bench with the Atlantic Ocean at my back and facing the beautiful homes up and down the Main Street of Oak Bluff, MASS (Martha’s Vineyard) is the highlight of my summer vacations with the daughters and grandkids. Thank you for your comment
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I used a free program PicMonkey — still a work in progress. The original photo was in color and this app allowed me to transform it into a black and white.
I know how to do that part…… but how did you get the small color picture to be so close to the black and white. That’s the part that stumped me!
oh Yvonne, the architectural details are spectacular. hooooray for picmonkey! so glad you are having fun learning all the photo possibilities – love it!
Thank you, Karen, its always good to hear from you. PicMonkey is still a work in progress and I was happy, happy when I finally “got it” and changed the color photo into a black/white.
How fun to learn something new! I love the photo! Would this be considered ‘Victorian-Style’? It looks cozy. ❤
Yes, it is Victoria and huge — actually is a Bed and Breakfast.
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Stunning image. Simply DAZZLING!