Monday, July 13, 2009

Monochrome Monday.


Doing my dog Zoey in black and white really brings out the highlights on her hair and the battle scars out on her nose. I used the infrared setting in Picnik after I made the photo black and white setting. That gave it more detail and a crisp look and took away some of the detail from the back. It did do something weird to her old lady blue eyes but all in all, I like it.

For more wonderful black and white shots or to play along please click here.

8 comments:

srp said...

What a lovely dog... she does look wise in the ways of the world. Thanks for dropping by!!!

uncleawang said...

Picture perfect, a really great photo of lovely dog in monochrome:)
Thanks for the visit & have a nice day.

Dusty Lens said...

Pretty dog, I've never tried that picnik software. After seeing this result, I'm going to give it a try.

Aileni said...

Great portrait of a great looking friend.

lisaschaos said...

She looks great in b&w, it seems dark dogs are so hard to photograph!

Martha said...

What a beautiful monochrome shot! I Love it!!

storyteller said...

Zoey is beautiful indeed ... marvelous in monochrome! I shared my Lab Molly in Monochrome a while back at Happily Retired Gal but this week's monochrome post is at Small Reflections ;--)
Hugs and blessings.

Shelley Munro said...

That's a great photo. The monochrome is really effective.

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