Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White

Turning Torso

I have used this photo before (ages ago) but I really love the way the sky behind the Turning Torso (in Malmo Sweden) is made to look so much more dramatic in monochrome. The tower seems to stretch forever upwards! In colour it was just another photo of the Turning Torso.  I called this ‘Monochrome Malevolence’.

Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge this week is all about black and white photographs.  I used my iPhone 5 for this photo and used the editing tools to get this look just the way I like it.

I’d love to hear what you think of it.

Deb 🙂

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  1. Wow! I really love this shot.

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  2. The juxtaposition of the architectural design against the sky is drama personified. The textures are forces unto themselves. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. It’s an incredibly dramatic photo, Debbie. The perspective makes it looks like the building is a spaceship.
    Fantastic shot.

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  4. Wow that’s amazing. Twisting building and stormy skies – fantastic monochromatic malevolence.

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  5. Amazing photo – I can’t stop looking at it 🙂 Black and White certainly works well and adds to the drama. Great job.

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  6. What an amazing building, Debbie, but you took it to a whole different level! Great job and, yes, dramatic in B&W.


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  7. I love the architecture against that dark sky. Nice capture.

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