B&W pics

Discussion in 'Photography' started by CO Hiker, Jun 7, 2016.

  1. CO Hiker

    CO Hiker Active Member

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    Any fans of black and white photography out there anymore? At $20 bucks a roll to develop, I don't shoot film anymore but have always loved the contrast. The attached three are shot with my iPhone and maybe a brightness adjustment via iPhotos. I will be buying a DSLR sometime soon but until then...
     

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    Natureangel Everythings better outdoors...

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    Stunning, go Ansel;)
     
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    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    Lovely....
     
  4. Rob-N-Kat

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    I too am a fan of black and white photography. I have several "keepers" I have taken on my website that I'm quite fond of. Nice pictures, composition is the most important element in photography not the camera or lenses. But of course that has not stopped me from spending way to much money on cameras and lenses [:D]
     
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    Love to shoot film. I started developing at home and I am saving a ton of money.
     
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    leningradka Spending a small fortune to live like homeless guy

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    Absolutely stunning. Doesn't look like you are missing much by not having a dslr
     
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    generok Well-Known Member

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    My son started developing film at home for C41 process, which seems really simple. Once you have negatives, you can go to Costco and scan them in for high resolution digital prints.

    We're heading out to Denali National Park today, and I'm bringing one of his 35mm cameras... FILM. It's been so long since I shot film. We'll develop it when we get back and scan them in. Doing some B&W in post might be nice. Thanks for the inspiration.
     

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