Black & White (B&W) Photo Review
Sunday, March 25, 2018
A while back my friend Kreg Steppe challenged me to post a black & white (B&W) photo everyday for 7 days on Facebook. Here are my seven photos with some background information on each one.
Photo #1: Construction Material
This photo was taken on my Samsung Galaxy S8+ in the Fall of 2017 while I was on a walk during lunch near my work. There was a ton of construction going on with the water and sewer system being upgraded by the City of San Diego on the main road going out to Cabrillo Monument.
Photo #2: Maui
This picture was taken in 2014 when Christy and I went to Maui for our 20th Wedding Anniversary. It is one of those pictures that I converted to B&W because it was pretty washed out in light. It was more than likely taken with a Canon Rebel SLR.
Photo 3: San Elijo Beach
This photo was taken in 2015 while we were beach camping at San Elijo State Beach. I also used this photo to make the MP3 backgrounds for the CHVRCHES Fan Podcast Bumpers made by fans of the band CHVRCHES. It was also taken by a Canon Rebel SLR.
Photo #4: The Streets Of Brussels
This picture was taken on June 26, 2012 in Brussels, Belgium. We were doing a walking tour of the city with our Belgium Family (Yes, the same great people who filmed the wild San Diego Boat Crash video!) and this just caught my eye. It was near the Royal Palace, but up by the streets before the public walkways. This was taken by our Canon Rebel SLR.
Photo #5: Atomium
This was also in 2012 when we visited Belgium and Germany. Before this picture, we got to visit "Mini Europe" and have some adventures on the public transit system. This was taken by a Canon Rebel SLR.
Photo #6: Ferris Wheel
This was taken in the Summer of 2017 at the San Diego County Fair (also called the Del Mar Fair by San Diego natives). This was taken on a Canon Rebel SLR.
Photo #7: Stairway
This photo was taken at the Portland Airport in the parking garage in 2016. We went up to Portland from San Diego right after the 2016 Election, and there was some rioting in the Portland area before we arrived. We didn't see anything "live" rioting, but we did see some damage in the Downtown Portland area during our exploring of Portland. This was taken by a Canon Rebel SLR.