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Old 24th of February 2010 (Wed)   #1
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Default Post your b&w shots...

Have to admit not coming in here much any more and just read a couple of posts bemoaning the lack of activity, so here's my contribution

Black and white photography is a wonderful thing that I'm deeply passionate about for several reasons, so post your pics! Doesn't matter what they're of, film or digital. Get them in here

Here's a few to start things off. If you don't post, I'll just spam this thread with my own garbage!

1Ds & 35 1.4 - 3 shot HDR



Hefty crop from an S90 jpeg:



1Ds & 17-40:



400D & Siggy 10-20:

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Would be cool for every post to contain an image too

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I need to get me a ND filter. I don't have anything in B&W to post, but I don't like to look and just leave without saying something. That's been the problem and I don't want to add to it.
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This isn't very interesting subject matter but I used it as an exercise in B&W. I wanted the snow separate from the sky and overall good contrast that's a little on the high side and shadow tones without losing detail. Comments welcome.
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Portrait from color using curves.
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Hello all, new to the forums and thought i'd contribute to this thread. All images taken with a 400D + Kit glass or a Sigma 18-200mm tourist zoom.









I'm still an amateur so please be gentle to me
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Old 1st of March 2010 (Mon)   #7
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I'm still an amateur so please be gentle to me
I like them all, but this one is a cracker!

Hello btw

Ooops, forgot my pic. Have to be an older one as my boy is hampering photo-ops at the moment, the little bugger...

7D & 70-200/2.8

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here are a few. Just starting this B&W thing...





and, could I add a bit of colour?

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One from today. Whenever I see an Iroquois, I think of Don McCullin

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Nice - I like the portrait in particular. Great eyes
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Nice - I like the portrait in particular. Great eyes
Thanks he is my baby bro, that shot reminds me of a little baby Einstein.
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One from today. Whenever I see an Iroquois, I think of Don McCullen

This is an amazing image

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