Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Things Made Out of Plastic

Popcorn in plastic bags

This week’s topic is Things Made out of Plastic.  This week we are stepping into the man-made world of plastics.  Hopefully you will have some fun with this challenge.  I’m looking forward to seeing what all you can come up with for plastic.  Use your imagination and creativity with this topic.  I hope you have a lot of fun with the topic.

For a list of upcoming topics, please see the list at below.  Be creative and challenge yourself.  Look for contrast or highly textured subjects to shoot.

Thank you everyone for your overwhelming enthusiasm for the challenge last week.  I’m proud to announce our featured bloggers from the Wheels challenge.  Please check out their posts, they are worthy of a second look.  ENJOY!

Featured Bloggers

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Kristen Aufhammer – Wonderful close ups of a wheel barrow’s wheel.

OffShoots12 – A photo of some girls doing cartwheels.  Brilliant out of the box thinking and excellent photo.

Photographic Jewells – I have seen many fences with a wheel or two in them, but not like this one fence.

TheOnlyD800InTheHameau – A fabulous photo of some vintage wheel gears.

Little Secrets – Are you up to some Formula One tires?

Pam Snaps … Photos – Now there are a lot of wheels here at the Bike and Pedestrian Gateway at Overton Park in Memphis, Tennessee.  Pam even left one photo in color.

PackYourCamera – A beautiful place for a large ferris wheel.  I would love to see the countryside from the top of the ferris wheel.

Upcoming Topics

  • Any kind of Camera or Photos of Photographers
  • Music:  People, instruments, sheet music, audio devices
  • Bathrooms and Outhouses
  • Telephones – new, cell, vintage, etc.
  • Close Ups

This challenge accepts the following types of photography:

  • Black and white photography
  • Sepia tones (browns)
  • Selective color with the majority of the photo being in black and white.

Hopefully you will have a lot of fun with this challenge and find your creative eye will be expanded.  Here are a couple tips and tricks posts I have done specifically for black and white photography.

ENJOY and have FUN.

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My entry this week

Children’s jungle gym.

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Plastic bags.  Photo taken at wool and fiber show in Canby, Oregon.
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White plastic chair.030515plastic_4

Inside of a modern plastic outhouse.030515plastic_2Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

52 Comments

  1. Wow what pics! Interesting to see things I would normally associate with color in black and white. Also nice choice with the port-o-potty, I wouldn’t have thought to take a picture in there. 😉 The woman with the wool looks like she has quite a bounty! And the theme of plastic made me think at first that the bags of popcorn were actually filled with plastic beads or something; I appreciate your inclusion of plastic bags, I would have overlooked them.

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    1. Thanks for your comment. I took the plastic bags for various reasons. The popcorn that’s obvious because the plastic is clear. The plastic bags full of wool…..I just saw this caption in my head “modern day bag person”.

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  3. This was definitely a fun topic! I really enjoyed looking around at everything and finding the best plastic things. 🙂 I really liked your white plastic chair- isn’t it funny how something so simple can look so dramatic in black and white?

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