A Full Moon Black & White Challenge #2
I got nominated by the wonderful Lisa from Graydaysandcoffee who is a fab photographer and poet, so pop by her blog, say hello, have a cuppa and peruse all she has to offer, thank you Lisa 🙂
This is my #2 entry.
There was a full moon the other night and it was absolutely brilliant.
On the way to go and see the Spiritual Healer I could see it beaming down through the car window and everyone inside, including the kids were WOWEE. The car was instantly stopped and out we got. There happened to be this fantastic gothic looking church but alas I was without my ‘proper’ camera and just had my iPhone with which I would not usually complain about except that it was night time, a time at which I feel the iPhone fails rather.
So frustration was not the right word for it, urgh such a beautiful setting but a grainey photo.
I HAD to share it with you though, LOL, so worked on it in Lightroom!
I am new to Lightroom, certainly far off being competent, so I am sure someone else could have done something much better with this rather bad photograph. This is the best I could do however it was rather like putting plasters on patches.
It does the job though, still rather striking all in all, though not brilliant!
I feel this photo could be a part of my Darkness story, don’t you?
What say you?
I am also entering this as part of my Photo101 Rehabilitation, in the hope it will ease my withdrawls. Here is some blurb all about it in the link below:
In the Photo101 Rehab we show a before and after, there is no mistaking the before and after here hehe.
What is the Black and White challenge?
In order to fulfil this challenge one must post a B&W photograph for the next 5 days. On each of these days to also nominate another photographer to enter.
It’s a crazy hectic festive time, so anyone I might nominate, it is cool if you can’t do it, or with to defer until the New Year, I totally understand. Or indeed you might have been nominated before, these things are hard to keep up with especially in a tight knit band of photographic buddies. If you do however take the plunge, I shall be watching the Black & White space with anticipation and enthusiasm, thank you, have fun!!!
I would like to nominate my fab buddy Samantha from Farmer Farthing for the B&W Challenge, pop by her blog to read about real life full of whit and charm oh and by the way she is a fantastic storyteller too!
How do you think I could have improved the above photo, or is it a bin job?
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