Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Wordless in Black and White

There is something special about black and white photographs. They seem to bring out the true personality of your subjects and I love that.
Bentley is mellow and loving.
Pierre's is faithful and happy.
I wouldn't change a thing about either of our boys.

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47 comments :

  1. you are right b&w is very special... it makes everything more real somehow ;o)

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    1. We have a room with only B & W photos in it. It so peaceful.

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  2. Some photos are just better in b/w.

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    1. We agree! We should have a couple photo made in B & W of us, Emma!

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  3. Tow VERY handsome fellas!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Thank you! Coming from a princess, that is quite a compliment!

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  4. Great minds think alike!! I posted Black and White today too! Happy Wednesday!

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  5. I think black and white makes us focus on the important parts of the photo...like those adorable faces! ♥
    Jan, Wag n Woof Pets

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    1. It really does give photos such a cool effect.

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  6. I agree...these are beautiful and look at those eyes and smiles
    Hugs madi and mom

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  7. Who needs color when you have coats like that.

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    1. I realized the other day when looking at Bentley that when Pierre gets older, his coat won't change colors. Bentley's face is getting whiter.

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  8. Stunning photos!

    We love black and white photography :)

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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    1. Thanks so much! Are you still celebrating your birthday, Hazel?

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  10. B&W is so classic...just like you guys. ❤︎

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    1. We appreciate being considered classics!

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  11. We always see more emotion in a black and white photo...they are so much more dramatic!

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  12. Great photos! You should frame them!

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  13. You're right, those photos don't need any explaining.

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    1. I think they capture the boys personalities so well.

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  14. I never thought about it like that, but you are absolutely right!

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    1. Thanks, I have always been a fan of black and white photos.

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  15. Black and white pares down the image to its most essential elements. Too much color can be very distracting. I love black and white photographs because they encourage your eyes to focus on the facial expressions and mannerisms, not the colors.

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    1. I agree with you 100%. The simplicity of b & w photos speak volumes.

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  16. Black and white photos are great, they can really bring a whole different feel to a photo. These are beautiful photos of the boys! I have a great b/w photo of Icy taken in the woods on one of our favorite trails. She's kind of inside a tree and she looks like a wolf! I just love it.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  17. Oh! Such beautiful photos of Pierre and Bentley!

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  18. Black and white works great for Pierre and Bentley! They are so cute. I think that black and white draws you to the mood of the subject rather than spreading your focus the way color does. There is something really unique about black and white images. :)

    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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  19. Oh, Mom & I totally agree! What wonderful pics of Bentley & Pierre. I love the contrast of black and white photos & how black and white makes the eyes focus on the subject & not color. Mom likes them, too, cause they remind her of old black and white films that she loves. Purrs! -Valentine (& Mom) of Noir Kitty Mews

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