Monochrome Monday travels back to Merseyside in the late 1980s for a selective colour treatment.
I was photographing interesting post boxes because editors and publishers were often looking for images of typically British things and red post boxes were a regular request.
This is a Victorian post box in Abercromby Square, Liverpool, part of the University of Liverpool campus if I recall correctly. I gave it a selective colour treatment because there was very little colour in the photo apart from the postbox.
Monochrome Monday travels back a couple of days to a walk around the neighborhood.
With blue sky and some wispy clouds I thought some of the trees, especially the Paper Birch, could make interesting monochrome conversions if I increased the contrast using a coloured filter during the conversion.
I used a yellow filter to darken the sky for this conversion.
Monochrome Monday travels back to the very early 1980s as I continue digitising my slide and negative archives.
This photo of motorcycles in fog was taken in Snowdonia, North Wales as the riders were on their way to the Dragon Motorcycle Rally. A photo taken on Ilford XP1 when I was field testing it. I have posted a different version of the photo previously, this version is the whole negative rather than from a cropped print.
Monochrome Monday travels back to the very early 1980s. I was one of the field testers of a new black and white film, Ilford XP1. It differed from conventional black and white film in that it could be processed in the same processing line as colour negative film.
I went for a walk around central London early one Sunday morning as part of my testing of the film. This is the Houses of Parliament from the South Bank of the River Thames with some light mist over the river.
Monochrome Monday travels back a week or so. I had gone for a walk around the neighborhood looking for items listed on the recent Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Treasure Hunt.
In the end I went with a photo of a yellow bicycle in the snow for that challenge rather than this amusing sign which was another item on the list. But I thought that the sign would make an interesting monochrome conversion.
Monochrome Monday travels back a couple of days to a walk around the neighborhood on Saturday afternoon.
I noticed the two sets of parallel tracks in the snow and thought they would make an interesting monochrome conversion.
A creek in winter on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.