Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best B&W photos showing small details in the Details In Black And White Photo Contest with chances to win a Apple Watch Sport, iPad Mini and more!

A special thanks to friend and professional photographer John Barclay for his collaboration as a guest judge. John Barclay freelance photographer based in Bucks County, PA. John is a passionate photographer and enthusiastic workshop leader. He is also an inspirational speaker, presenting his programs to audiences around the world. John’s work has been published in a number of books and magazines and is treasured by a number of private collectors. Recently, John was the recipient of an excellence award from B&W Magazine and was chosen by Dewitt Jones to participate in his www.healingimages.org program. You can see his work and view his workshop schedule at www.barclayphoto.com

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"Finding a strong composition is one thing, seeing the unique light is another.  This images has it all.  A great shadow cast on a lovely subject and the B&W tones nicely placed to make the image sing!" - John Barclay

Runner Up

"The wonderful light on this lovely portrait separates it just enough from the dark background to create a stunning image." - John Barclay

Runner Up

"I’m a sucker for this kind of image being a grandpa.  What appeals to me in this particular image is that it does not feel set up, rather, it feels organic, tender and genuine." - John Barclay

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"Come on, who does not like a baby duck!  This is so tender and soft is just makes me happy!" - John Barclay

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"This is a wonderful image.  A marvelous face and great tones with the rhythm of the head covering topping it off." - John Barclay

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"A unique take on the oft photographed cat.  Love the close up composition accentuating the wonderful details of cats face." - John Barclay

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