Monotone Scrapbooking

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Seeing Portugal through a black and white digital lens has been an exercise in looking at the beauty of shapes and textures. And although holidays in sunspots are usually all about the colour I wanted to try something different… 

On a semantic note, after using the monotone filter on my E-P5, I wanted to check its definition, as monotone usually refers to sound. In case you’re wondering, visually monotone refers to just one tone of colour, but that could be any colour – and monochrome is a sub-category of it referring to black and white…. Anyway, apologies for such a laborious explanation, I have holiday head…

Here’s a little scrapbook of our first few days in the Algarve – enjoy!

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Catching the mini train to the lovely beach of Tavira Island with @lovefoolforever


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Sunnies for him and her by Kirks Originals


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Anchor graveyard on Tavira Island beach


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Walking around Faro in search of lunch


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All photos taken on the Olympus Pen E-P5 & E-PL7 – Stylonylon is one of the UK Olympus brand ambassadors!


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