This is Day #4 of The New Five Day Black & White Photo Challenge. I’ve been nominated, once again, by Luis Vasconcelos, of Lisbon, Portugal for the 5 Day Black & White Photo Challenge. This time, the challenge is a to recognize fellow photographer Chris Brunkhart‘s stage 4 cancer diagnosis. In keeping with his tradition of shooting in black and white, the participating photographers will do the same. One original black and white image and one nomination per day, for five days. Anyone can visit the above link to donate to the Chris Brunkhart Cancer Fund.
I nominate Joe Maher to take this five-day challenge. Joe, the last time I did this, you were just about to have your knee operation, so I didn’t challenge you. I’ve seen some or your recent killer stuff, so not cutting you any slack, now. 🙂 Should you decide to take it please post one black and white photograph each day for five days and invite another person on each of those days to also participate. It is OK to take the challenge, or nominate someone more than once.:)
Here goes my photo for day #4. Frequently, there are discussions, on photography forums, about whether you should photograph people without their knowledge or permission. It looks like I might have gotten into trouble, on this one, for doing just that. In fact, it is another photographer, Abbas Eshraghi, asking a question about my lens. 🙂
Olympus OMD-EM5, M. Zuiko with a 9mm Body Cap Lens fixed aperture of f8. ISO 250 at 1/100.