South Korea Jeolla Province Black & White Landscapes - martin bennie

Taken through-out Jeollanam-do Provence in South Korea

Try and describe the feelings black and white photography evokes and you'll come up with words like classic, bold, raw, and natural. Then ask the person next to you and he or she might say something completely different. The beauty of black and white photography is that it can take on whole new different meanings depending on what it is your shooting or who it is you ask. As all photography was originally monochrome, or black and white, it's easy to feel a sense of nostalgia over them. Today, many modern day photographers choose to shoot or post-process in black and white, creating striking photos like you'll see in this gallery. Whether it's capturing the texture of an object or seeing the form, shading, pattern or tone, black and white photography gives you a greater appreciation for life's little details. By taking away color, you'll see an object without distractions. From an artistic viewpoint; color depicts reality. Black and white is an interpretation of reality.