~ Giants in black and white ~

My passion for Black and White wakes up from time to time as already mentioned in this blog post last year: Back to the roots – my passion for Black and White


When I reviewed the photos I took last month during a visit in the Jungfrau region of Switzerland, I realized quickly that I’d prefer these shots in Black and White. My eyes and vision work completely differently when I convert photos to monochrome and I still prefer to create a moody photo instead of preserving every tone.

I have also uploaded my second Black and White gallery to my website. So if you like these photos, then please consider to pay a visit to our : Monochrome photo gallery

This post is also available in: German

  • Spectrum - 09/01/2013 - 09:23

    Dark and Beautiful !!
    HeinerReplyCancel

  • Sandra Schaenzer - 19/01/2013 - 08:53

    I’m testing this new functionality on my blog. Facebook users can directly comment on blog posts. Is it nice?ReplyCancel

  • Steve Gingold - 19/01/2013 - 10:03

    Pretty cool functionality, Sandra. Great images too. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - 29/01/2013 - 10:00

    Love these. Mega moody.ReplyCancel

  • Graham Nixon - 30/01/2013 - 11:41

    Wonderful black & white photography! Do you ever print them?ReplyCancel

    • sschaenzer - 30/01/2013 - 12:09

      Hello Graham,
      thanks a lot for your kind comment.
      No, I usually don’t print as I don’t have a photo printer that could handle fine art B&W papers. Maybe in the future.
      If I ever want a print, then I have it done by an online provider.
      Cheers – SandraReplyCancel

  • Graham Nixon - 30/01/2013 - 13:41

    Hi Sandra,

    I have the Epson 4800 Pro for printing up to A2 size but it’s a bit of a full time job keeping it running. I very rarely print these days because of the hassle. Like you say, best to just get someone else to do it for you!

    GrahamReplyCancel

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