Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Outdoor – Walks or Roads

This week the topic is Outdoor – Walks or Roads.  Let’s see how creative you can get.  I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post.  I just want you to have some fun with your photography.

Upcoming Topics

For a list of upcoming topics, please see the list below.  Be creative and challenge yourself.  For a great black and white photo look for contrast or highly textured subjects to photograph.

  • Patterns
  • Chilled
  • Structure
  • Any word with double letters (sweep, rubber, bookkeepping, teeter totter, vacuum, etc)
  • Large Subjects
  • Bikes of Any Kind

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
  • Desaturated – very little color tone left in your photo

I hope you have FUN a lot of fun with this challenge.

For more information on this challenge, please visit the Black & White Challenge page.

If you adore challenges as much as I do, please check out WordPress’s Blog Event Listing for other challenges.


  1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
  2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge” or (CB&W) tag.
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I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.


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      1. Thanks! Such a nice feeling to hear this, We are all well, thanks, just a little tied up, will try to keep posting. Hope you all are good too.


  1. I think the first pic is outstanding. It looks as if you’ve got a filter on it for a fascinating Wizards of Oz mood. What kind of flowers are they? I’m reading your b&w tips and am surprised to learn the extra hassle of setting your camera to monochrome is doing the shot no favors.
    I’m using a found photo left on a memory card I haven’t used for years so the aging monochrome fits it well.


    1. For the first one, I edited the color with high contrast and clarity. That gave it the look I wanted, then I switched it to black and white and then played with toning. Hence, the reason not to turn your camera in black and white. 😀 Thanks for commenting.

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