Monochrome Monday – When is red black?

When it’s a beautiful hybrid tea rose named Red Masterpiece that has been converted to black and white.  I feel that while the rose is beautiful in it’s natural red color, processing the image into B&W brings out subtle details in the petals and the rain drops that otherwise might not have come through.  As this was already slated to be run today, the car show beauties will start tomorrow 🙂

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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21 Responses to Monochrome Monday – When is red black?

  1. Timothy Price says:

    Beautiful! It’s red!

  2. gtonthenet says:

    That works very well in monochrome – nice work.

  3. Very nice…I should try more of my flower shots in monochrome. Cheers =)

  4. that surely makes a perfect monochrome 😉

  5. This is beautiful…I love how you can see all the amazing details of the rose!

  6. Nice mon image…I see the boffins at WordPress have come up with yet another annoying feature…

  7. badfish says:

    I think you’re right about the B&W bringing out the detail. What do you use to process from color to B&W?

  8. Thank you so much for the linking Teri! Have a wonderful day!!

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