Moments in Monochrome — a Photo Gallery by @sirbat
Are you a fan of monochrome shots? If you are, then you'll love these recent shots from community member @sirbat.
These shots have that grain and shades of gray that black-and-white film is known for. The timeless beauty of monochrome film just brings out the beauty and drama in ordinary shots. It's like poetry—endearing and evocative—but in visual form. We're loving this set of black-and-white portraits taken by @sirbat. It's as if we can feel the good vibes going on when these photos were taken. The Italy-based photographer knows how to time his shots perfectly—when the subject is in the moment and the mood is just right.
We would like to thank @sirbat for sharing his images with the community. Follow him on his Lomohome to see more of his work.
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