Black and white images
Images of women
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Black and white images for babies
Vintage flowers. Peonies, tulips, lilies, hydrangeas in black. For business cards, covers, cosmetic and perfume packaging, interior decoration. Floral background. Floristic illustration in baroque style.
Figure-ground, face and vase perception. Figure-ground organization. Perceptual grouping. In Gestalt Psychology it is known as identifying a figure from the background. Isolated illustration on white. Vector.
Young african american ethnic boy in headset playing video games on smart phone rage woman sitting on internet on white isolated background cartoon vector illustration on white . square effect .
Old grunge newsprint texture background. Blurred vintage newspaper background . Aged blurred paper texture page with place for text or image. Sepia collage newsprint background.
Black and white images
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Black and white images for drawing
Until the 1970s, black-and-white photographs were the standard for photographic shots at the time. Many forms of visual technology were initially developed in black and white and have gradually evolved to include color. The term «black and white» is used, even though sometimes the visual technologies in question include various shades of gray in addition to black and white, or when white and shades of a single color, such as sepia, are used.
The discovery of the principles of camera obscura has been attributed to Mo-Tzum in China 25 centuries ago, to Aristotle (300 B.C.), to the Arab scholar Ibn al Haitam (1000), to the Englishman Bacin (1250), etc., but these are mere speculations.