Judge: Sheryl Williams
“monochrome” literally means, “one color”. All black and white images are monochrome images, but not all monochrome images are black and white

An image where all colour has been removed (in the post digital process or in camera). It consists of shades of grey tone that generally go from dark (black) to light (white).

Common terms sepia (warm colours) cyanotype photos (cool colours).  Photos must depict B/W or limiting photos to a single colour range.  https://photographylife.com/black-and-white-photography/

https://photographypro.com/black-and-white-photography/

 

The term “monochrome” literally means, “one color”. All black and white images are monochrome images, but not all monochrome images are black and white. Other types of monochrome images include sepia, or other “toned” images, and cyanotypes

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