Black and White Photography – Urban Architecture

I have attached three new prints that I added to my Black and White Photography Gallery this week. The shots come from a photoshoot I did throughout downtown Denver last July (top picks from the shoot were featured in a blog post on August 2nd). Two of these were in that blog. Fast forward to a project I was working on for a client recently around “urban architecture”. Working on that project surfaced shots I took of the train platform behind Union Station that was opened in 2014. The clean sleek lines of the architecture screamed “black and white photography” to me, so I began playing with that and after whittling it down, the attached were the final result. If you are curious to see the difference between the same capture in color vs. black & white…..on the Aug.2 post “Denver 13” is “Denver Urban Transit Center” on this post and “Denver 14” is “Denver Light Rail Platform At Union Station” .


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39 thoughts on “Black and White Photography – Urban Architecture

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much….when I started my photography venture way back in college (a million years ago), I shot in nothing but B&W and developed my own prints. I have a love of that medium for certain subjects and compositions! Thanks for stopping by and for the feedback!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much! When I started serious photography way back in college (and I mean way back)….I shot everything in B&W and developed my shoots. I think certain subjects present so much better in B&W such as this urban architecture and with “live subjects” it helps create a mood. Thanks for stopping by by and have a great week!


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