Black and White Landscape Photography Fine Art Prints

Black and White landscape photography as wall art

Black and White Photos of Deserts, Trees, Mountains and Coastal Scenes

A Black and White landscape photography gallery by Joseph C. Filer with photos of mountains, deserts, canyons, trees, lakes, lighthouses and rivers from amazing locations in southwest Colorado, the Grand Tetons, Bryce Canyon, Maine, Canadian Rockies, the Desert Southwest and more.

Black and White landscape photography prints are for sale as Limited Edition Fine Art Paper Prints, Chromaluxe® Metal Prints, and non-glare TruLife® Acrylic Prints.

The Black and White Landscape Photos Chosen For This Gallery

Not every photograph works well in black and white tones. For this gallery, I have carefully selected the photographs that I felt would work the best as black and white prints. However, if there is a color image on my website that you would like to see as black and white, just Contact me and I will do a free conversion for you.

Black and White Photos – Classic and Timeless

Using black and white photos in a world filled with color may, at first glance, seem out of touch. But the truth is black and white pictures have a unique appeal that can often better capture the emotion of the scene. Black and white photography can highlight contrast and texture which gives a powerful visual impact. Black and white wall art can become a dramatic focal point of a room’s decor.

Black and white photographers such as Ansel Adams love the opportunity to emphasize the composition of the landscape…. To create a picture that makes you stop and stare. The lack of color allows the viewer to concentrate on the photo’s subject. Details such as wrinkles on a person’s face or outlines of the clouds in the sky stand out. It helps to create a strong emotional connection.

In short, black and white pictures can make an everyday scene more intriguing. These photos make a great addition to your home or office’s wall art décor.

Purchase a Fine Art Print Online With Confidence

Work directly with me, the photographer and artist, instead of through a gallery art director or manager. I will help you every step of the way, from the selection of the photograph and print style to the status of the printing and delivery process. I can also provide room mockup photos, if needed.

My prints are produced using the highest standards and materials in the industry. For more information, see my Print Options and Custom Framing pages.

Quick Links to Other Galleries

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Black and White Photography Top 5 Questions and Answers

Who was Ansel Adams?

Ansel Adams (1902-1984) was an American photographer well-known for his black and white photography.

When was black and white photography invented?

The technique for taking black-and-white photos evolved over many years. In 1826, French scientist Joseph Nicéphore exposed a bitumen-coated plate in a camera for several hours and captured an image which was entitled View from the Window at Le Gras. It is believed to be the first photograph ever captured.

How does black and white photography affect the mood?

Black and white photos look more formal and serious. The mood is more intense making it more emotional.

What is black and white photography?

Black and white photography is the art of using different tones of gray, ranging from white to black. This creates compelling and dramatic photos.

Is black and white photography dead?

No, black and white photography is not dead. It is very much alive. With the tools that a black and white photographer has in the digital darkroom, the image can be more powerful than ever and make a great focal point in your home or office décor.