life in black and white | february


50mm f/2.5 1/250 sec iso 1250

I'm honestly not sure where January went! Time for another black + photo share. It's been pretty cold lately (it even snowed!) so we've spent most of our time indoors. I don't get the best light in my house but there are a few pockets here and there depending on the time of day. One of those spots is my living room window in the afternoon. The kiddo enjoys looking out of the window, I like the dramatic light I can experiment with, and once in a while she lets take a few photos.

Make sure to stop by Candice Chitwood Photography to check out some more black + white photography!

12 comments:

  1. We've been encountering the same type of weather. I love the sense of peace the photo gives. Beautiful use of window light!

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  2. I love the foreground, leading line, light and processing! Fantastic black and white, I love it!!!

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  3. Oooh such pretty eyes in this shot. I love the conversion too. Very moody.

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  4. so lovely! Love your conversion, the line leading to her, and the light. Just gorgeous!

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  5. This is beautiful, I just love how softly the light wraps around her face, and there is such wonderful eye contact.

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  6. love this photo, feels like you really captured her. So sweet.

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  7. Such beautiful eyes! I love this soulful capture you got.

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  8. Great shot!! The lighting is gorgeous (I see a subtle rembrandt triangle). I also love the matte processing.

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  9. Beautiful shot with the rembrant and lighting! And wonderful choice of processing to add to that softness to her gaze and features!

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  10. Beautiful use of light here! It catches her eye perfectly!

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  11. I love the processing; just gorgeous!

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