Black-and-white photography is enjoying a moment of glory – with historic German filmmaker Orwo releasing new monochrome film stock (the brand’s first in 50 years) and Wes Anderson filming parts of “The French Dispatch “There is definitely a nostalgic appeal to black and white film stock that urges artists, whether film or digital photographers, to eschew color in favor of something more classic. That’s why the theme of this week’s photos of the day is all about monochrome.
This week’s theme: B&W
We want to see your best B&W photos. Film, digital and even instant photos are welcome… as long as they are monochrome! And the subject/composition is entirely up to you. Will you channel your inner Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier Bresson or Vivian Maier? We can’t wait to see!
How to enter
To submit, use #popphotooftheday on Instagram or Twitter, or submit them to our Flickr group or (NEW!) Facebook group. There is no limit to the number of images you can enter, but be sure to tag or upload only your very best B&W shots!
Note: If you join the Facebook group, please answer the membership questions and agree to the group rules (this is to prevent spam).
For more information on Photo of the Day, including the official rules, go here.