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High Contrast

January '12

High Contrast
photo © Yuri van Geenen |  tagcode: UPC0112

That area where the degree of difference between black and white approaches the maximum.

Black and white

21 Jan '12 13:30 by Urban Photo Collective in Arnhem

We are looking for high contrast black and white in Arnhem.

Illuminated Greenhouses

21 Jan '12 16:00 by Urban Photo Collective in Klazinaveen

What is contrast? In photography, this term refers to the relationship between light and dark elements in the picture.

Morning contrast

22 Jan '12 08:30 by Urban Photo Collective in Goirle

In the first light of morning we are going to look for high contrasts in nature

First Bangkok Meeting

22 Jan '12 10:30 by Kalle Siebring in Bangkok

The first meeting of Urban Photo Collective in Bangkok. We’ll meet at 10:30 hours at The King’s Birthday Celebration Arch (Chalermphrakiat arch or ประตูจีนที่วงเวียนโอเดียน) which is part of the Odeon circle and marks the beginning of Yaowarat Road, Chinatown, Bangkok. This month’s theme is High Contrast. This can be interpreted very literally (black/white, light/dark), but also […]

The bridges

22 Jan '12 13:00 by Urban Photo Collective in Rotterdam

Maybe there is snow, maybe sun, maybe rain. You never know, we know for sure there is always a contrast between land and water. That’s why we are going to go along the river.

Low angle silhouettes

28 Jan '12 11:00 by Jeroen Idema in Amsterdam

The theme for January is High Contrast and we go this time to the pipe to take pictures from a low angle so you almost automatically get silhouettes. We depart from the Marie Heineken at Cafe Kale de Grote.

Dragons and lions

28 Jan '12 11:30 by Marieke van der Perk in The Hague

Dragons and lions are dancing, a flag ceremony and fireworks. On 28 January, the Chinese New Year we are looking for “high contrast” in culture!


28 Jan '12 13:00 by Urban Photo Collective in Utrecht

We go looking for “high contrast” around the architecture of Papendorp. In black & white and silhouettes will create neat effects.