Black and White Venice

If you have been following my blog for a while, you will have noticed that I regularly post a black and white photo. I have had a love affair with black and white photography for what feels like forever. My first black and white photos were taken in my teens, and I even spent time in a darkroom developing film and printing pictures.

A while back I came across Jay Vulture’s photography and decided one day I’d visit one of his workshops. That day arrived not that long ago, and I was off on a beautiful adventure to Venice to learn about long exposure black and white photography. I learned a lot, and I still have a long way to go. But it was a wonderful experience and our small group of students had a great time together. We took photos of iconic Venice, of hidden Venice and even headed out to Pellestrina for an afternoon of photography away from the crowds that flock the city.

12 Replies to “Black and White Venice”

  1. These photos are amazing. They are absolutely first rate! What a wonderful new way of looking at Venice. I will keep going back to spend much more time looking at them. You are an excellent photographer.

    1. Thank you very much! I had a wonderful time there and hope to return again soon.

  2. Oh my goodness! These are positively magical! What a great experience and just WOW! Love these shots and the way the structures seem to float on some magical cloud 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Meradeth. Venice was magical!

  3. Allan Masson says: Reply

    A great set of images Juliana,with some wonderful angles of view..very well done,i will always have fond memories of our workshop there. Allan

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Allan. It was wonderful meeting you in Venice.

  4. Cornelia says: Reply

    Your photos areabsolutely stunning!!! Great work!!!

    1. Thank you, Cornelia. I’m looking forward to photographing Lake Zurich with you!

  5. These really are magical photos. You seem to have captured the Venice of the past in all its glory, but also the ghost of Venice—which I fear is its future. I love the blurred edges. They add intensity to the sharp portions of the images.
    Excellent work!

    1. Thank you, Kathy!

  6. Aunt Gail says: Reply

    Guess this one didn’t arrive in my inbox! But I always make sure to check your blog to see if I’ve missed anything. So glad I checked because these black and white photos of Venice are stunning. You certainly captured the feel of the history and enchantment of this tiny island with an eye of a professional photographer. Bellisimo!

    1. Thank you so much!

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