20 Black and White Pictures With a Bit of Color

It’s a very simple idea: just keep one object or person in your black and white shot in color and that object will catch everyone’s attention. As you can see in the following pictures, the result is captivating.

Montmartre by John Althouse Cohen

Have a Heart Desaturated Free by D. Sharon Pruitt

industrial remains by Till Krech

Highway Insomnia by Brett Weinstein

Blue Eye by Rob

Piedras de primavera, spring stones. by Vicente Villamón

driving musicians by Till Krech

Beauty & the Beach by Dr. Wendy Longo

Looking in windows by Bas Lammers

Runaway Bride by Dr. Wendy Longo

Colorless angry cat by Tambako The Jaguar

Weeping Rose by Akash Kataruka

Hamburg on a foggy night by andi.vs.zf

HILL HEAD STORM 3 ............. by Simon 'Kelp' Keeping

Unlike rectangles by Felipe Gabaldón

the tube by Matthias Rhomberg

Supersonic Tram by Erik Söderström

Strawberry Heart by Saxon

Image by Schristia

Hotza / Cold / Frío by Jon Díez Supat

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  1. bycostello

    spot colour a little dated, but some of those work really well…

  2. lonzo99

  3. Barry Glassman

    Always loves these types of pictures and tried so often with hand painting after the darkroom process. PS makes it easy. Here’s my best of Evita’s grave in Argentina. http://photobg.smugmug.com/Travel/Buenos-Aires/20981107_vhCG3T#!i=1667423805&k=jVCnVDc

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