Pumpkin Plant Monochrome Photography!

Namaste.

Let me tell you in advance that I don't know anything about monochrome photography. In fact, I have very little knowledge of photography because this affair has just started. <3

This is probably my third attempt at monochrome photography. This time I tried to read a little about it and since I do photography from a basic phone without any additional lenses I had limited settings to play with.

First I tried to click photos through monochrome mode. But in those photos, the light was dominating the dark. Whereas, I wanted somewhat the opposite (only for this photography). I mainly had to focus on the patterns of the leaves and also the hairs on the new stems which was not possible by taking pictures directly from my phone, so finally I thought of editing some pictures taken a few days ago.

Although this was no less difficult for me to do but at least I had some freedom to change the settings to my needs. And then after playing with the settings of my phone for some time, I turned these pictures of the growth of one of my pumpkin plants to monochrome.

Here you may also be able to see tiny hairs on the new stems.

I have tried my best to highlight the leaf pattern through contrast and a perfect balance of light.

And these are the first 2 buds of my pumpkin plant. :D

I hope you liked my Phone Photography! :)


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Wow you don't know anything about monochrome photography and yet with such beautiful and well shot pics... Wow man you're just the best😍😍😍 this looks like a pro took them

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I don't know I think it could have been much better. I need to learn a lot more. but anyway, thank you for this encouraging comment! :)

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Hello @untilwelearn.
Can you please do us a small favour and remove the monomad tag from this post?
It's supposed to be used only with black and white photography published in the black and white community. Basically as the entry ticket for our daily challenge with the same name. It's a contest tag, and not a generic one like #flowers #photography #photo #nature, etc.

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Oh, I am so sorry. I thought it was some short form of monochrome photography. I am removing it NOW!🙏

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Great photos! Good contrast and detail rendering.

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Very beautiful contrasts, don't worry your pretty head, the monochrome is eye-catching.

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you have a lot of vegetables grown in your house my friend. I am not really a fan of pumpkin, and have never tried to plant them. !LOLZ
I have never tried to directly shoot on black and white mode on my camera or my phone, because I think it is much better to shoot on color first and then edit them later with the editing app. You have more control over them on the editing style.
!hiqvotes !PIZZA

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Growing your own vegetables brings a different level of peace and happiness. :)
I tried to play with the editing but I don't know I think it could have been much better. Since you are quite good at it, would you like to give me any advice?

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