Week 13 – “Dramatic B&W” Photo Challenge!

I struggled with choosing a photo for this week (see the other photo here) but, with the help of some friends I finally decided this photo looked moody, brooding and sad. This was an interesting challenge this week!

March 29 i heart faces dramatic b&w photo challenge

To view other dramatic black and white entries in this week’s photo challenge visit this amazing photo blog:


22 comments on “Week 13 – “Dramatic B&W” Photo Challenge!

  1. Susie says:

    Oh, she looks so sad! i like the emotion.


  2. indeed…..a great choice for the theme. I had a hard time choosing as well. Your photo has a moody feel to it for sure. well done.

    have a happy week.


  3. Susan says:

    aw, poor baby looks like she is having a moment!


  4. Awww, look at her little face. You captured a very dramatic moment in her world. The best shots are the ones that are unplanned emotion. Love it!


  5. KJ says:

    even when she’s sad, she’s just beautiful!


  6. Alysha Gray says:

    love it.. girls are always sooo dramatic aren’t they! such a sweet shot. thanks for sharing and for taking the time to check out my entry!


  7. Amy says:

    Oh, drama! Love this. Thanks for commenting on mine too!


  8. charlie says:

    love the emotion on her face


  9. lulalola says:

    Very emotional shot! That little lady is having some strong feelings!


  10. Buckeroomama says:

    Despite the brooding sadness, this is such a sweet picture. 🙂


  11. This is a wonderful photo, the angle and patterns in her outfit are beautiful!


  12. elizabeth says:

    i love that shot!!
    and I think it’s perfect for this weeks challenge –


  13. erica says:

    awww i just want to give her a hug!


  14. Elyssa says:

    I like the emotion in this photo. Great shot 🙂


  15. She really does look moody, brooding, and SAD! : ( Poor little thing. I definitely wonder why she is feeling so sad.


  16. meelswa says:

    Why is she feeling sad? I think she was tired of her mommy taking so many photos of her…and she was getting HUNGRY!! It definitely was harder to get a moody photo earlier in the “photo shoot” since she kept smiling. She thought it was weird I was asking her to scowl and look mad. She got to practice her acting skills!

    And, thanks for all your comments. The photo entries this week are great. I’m inspired to learn more about how to take a good black and white photo!! 🙂


  17. Awww, how sweet and sad! Great job!


  18. so good to meet another wa photographer, we have been to port angelos a few time :)!! great capture :)!


    • meelswa says:

      SHANNON: If you ever hear of or hold any photography workshops, please let me know! Would be nice to plug into seminars and classes here in Western Washington.


  19. Rosemary says:

    This photo is very emotional. Definitely dramatic and your conversion is nice too.


  20. dsr says:

    I think you did great with this. It was fun and helpful to see the other photos that you did on this shoot. I love the hammock photo too!


  21. Alison Rowe says:

    What a great choice! I love the angle too!


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