Eye Candy 2

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIf you read my post yesterday (and why didn’t you?), you know that I have accepted the 5-day black-and-white challenge.  I won’t  repeat everything here (since you already read that post, didn’t you?).

I want to start off with today’s invitation for another blogger to join the fun.  I hereby nominate Dan Antion of the blog, No Facilities.  Dan had the courage to follow not only this blog, but to also follow me on Flickr.com – and he even favorited some of my photos on Flickr.com, the silly man.  Having seen his photography, I am honored that he would risk his eyesight looking at mine.

So, Dan Antion – if you’re willing and have the time, please join us in the black-and-white challenge.  To reiterate the rules, participants must publish black-and-white photos on 5 consecutive days and invite another blogger to the challenge on each of those days.

And now, for today’s photos.

In Dan Antion’s honor, here is the black-and-white version of a photo he faved on Flickr.com:

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Which path should I take?

 

Thanks to Doobster pointing out that editing software came with my new camera, I have finally learned how to put my name on my photos.  I always wondered how Marilyn Armstrong (of the blog, Serendipity) and other bloggers did it.  And now I can, too.  Woo-hoo!

Naturally, Teddy Rosalie has to be part of  my new photographic life:

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I was amazed that some photographs which really sucked in color look pretty cool in black and white:

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Remember that fan picture from yesterday?  Looks better in black-and-white, doesn’t it?

Join me again tomorrow to find out what else I’ve learned.  For now, I need to review my reading list to see which of my blogging colleagues (a) do their own photography; (b) haven’t already participated in the challenge; and (c) don’t already hate me.

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I love to hear from my readers.  You may comment on this post, comment on my Facebook or Twitter pages, or email me at cordeliasmom2012@yahoo.com or notcordeliasmom@aol.com

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Images by Cordelia’s Mom

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14 Responses to Eye Candy 2

  1. Dan Antion says:

    So that’s the price of following 🙂

    I am honored to be challenged but I’m going to wait until later in the week to begin. I love the photo with the dog and the caption is priceless. Good luck with this series.

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  2. It’s a whole new world, isn’t it? Software! It is empowering 🙂 Love the big dog in snow! I’m sorry, however, about the snow. We got it here, too.

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  3. Doobster418 says:

    Alrighty then, CM. You’ve discovered your camera’s software and learned how to attach your name to picture. You’ve come a long way in a short time!

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  5. Just Plain Ol' Vic says:

    I am amazed at how altering something to black & white can so radically change the perspective of an image!

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    • Yes, it surprised me, too. Some of the pictures I took in color were really crappy, but when I converted to black and white, they look great! I always wondered why anyone would bother with black and white these days – now I know.

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  6. Paul says:

    The toilet paper roll shot looks awesome in B and W CM. As does the pic of Cody. Nice job.

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