About Monochromia

We are a collaborative group of photographers, fanatics, artists and photo nuts. We might be from different parts of the world, but all of us share a love for black and white images.

Together we will try to bring images to this blog that we hope you will enjoy viewing.

We would love for you to follow us on our journey.
To follow us click the + sign on the bottom of any page and the follow options will appear.

You can also follow us on:
Twitter – @MonochromiaBlog

Or you can like our Facebook Page at – http://www.facebook.com/MonochromiaBlog

Disclaimer: We in no way represent each other, nor do we represent any persons or images but our own. Each person is responsible for their own images.

Here are some links to the main contributors personal and business blogs:

Elina
Capturing Little Moments

Cyndie
Find The Beauty

Patti
Nylon Daze

Laurie
Life On The Bike And Other Fab Things

David Jensen
Northern Visions Media

Dan
Traun Photography

Joe
The Visual Chronicle
X-tended Vision – Or on Instagram – @xtjoe

Joerg
JAYTEE59 Images

Han
Han Dekker

Anne-Cecile
Anne-Cecile Gohier Photography

David Williamson
My Photographic World

Charly
Charly Senall


Special thanks to:

tMBozWYa

“Along with being a truly great photographer and friend Mario Gervais is also a talented WordPress guru.  Mario was instrumental in getting Monochromia designed, up and running and organized so I am forever grateful to him”Joe Giordano

More of Mario’s images can be seen at – Mario Gervais

See every post on Monochromia by Mario

We hope you will enjoy our photoblog 🙂

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Monochromia “Barn Door” image created by contributor Joerg Thamer

61 thoughts on “About Monochromia

  1. I love, love black and white photography! I used to shoot and develop black and white photography, I enjoyed the hands on feel of it. Does your group shoot and develop their work the old school way or is it all digital? I thought I was the only one that loved black and white photography! 😉

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    1. Thank you very much Shawn. Some of our main contributors like David Williamson and Patti Kuche still use film and post images on our site periodically but also shoot mostly with digital. Two of our guest contributors David Jensen and Ingrid Dorner also periodically use film. Ingrid has been experimenting with film in her vintage Nikon F with her two latest posts. Our other main contributors all use digital and enjoy the digital darkroom post processing experience in Adobe Lightroom. Thanks again and I’m glad you are enjoying our site 😀

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    1. Thank you for your kind words about our photoblog 🙂 Hopefully we motivated you enough to contact us and maybe be a guest contributor one day. Have a great evening 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much Jamie 🙂 Please contact us through our “contact us” page and we can arrange to have you contribute as a guest. Have a great day.

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    1. Thank you very much Stacy 🙂 I started this project to bring amateurs, professionals and whoever is in between together for one common goal, to post black and white images on a daily basis as a team. Now it has turned into one big happy family. The viewer response has been very gratifying for all of us. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  2. This blog is among the best I’ve found lately. Great idea to to gather people from different countries with different views, but the same passion. I am sure that your trip will be full of success. Really congratulations.

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  3. You are in esteemed company with Patti from Nylon Daze on board. Best wishes for the venture. Magic happens when creative people get together!

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