B&W challenge: Channel the early greats, show us your best monochrome photos
B&W is having a moment, from new film stocks to movies in monochrome. This week, show us your best B&W shots.
B&W photography is having a moment—with historic German film manufacturer Orwo releasing a new monochrome film stock (the brand’s first in 50 years), and Wes Anderson filming parts of “The French Dispatch” on B&W motion picture stock, there is definitely a nostalgic appeal that beckons artists—film and digital shooters alike—to eschew color in favor of something more classic. That’s why this week’s Photos of the Day theme is all about monochrome.
This week’s theme: B&W
We want to see your best B&W pictures. Film, digital, and even instant photos are welcome…as long as they’re monochrome! And the subject matter/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 to our Flickr pool or (NEW!) Facebook group. There are no limits on how many images you can enter but be sure to tag or upload only your very best B&W shots!
Note: If joining the Facebook group, please answer the membership questions and agree to the group rules (this is in an effort to prevent spam).
For more info on Photos of the Day, including the official rules, head here.