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    Black and White pictures

    Can I click black and white pictures with a Nikon D90?


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    Re: Black and White pictures

    you sure can!! My favourite way to shoot pictures..I looove b&w! You need to be in manual mode, then go into your shooting menu, under "set picture control", and put it on monochrome.

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    Re: Black and White pictures

    Would using a Yellow filter help in taking a b&w photo?

    Michael

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    Re: Black and White pictures

    You really don't need to use a filter with the D90 for B&W. You can also convert any picture you have taken with the D90 to B&W in post production. In essence, any picture you take can be captured in color and then have a color and B&W copy. On page 210 of the user manual it talks about "Creating retouched copies"of photos. Then on page 214 it tells you about converting to B&W. The next page (215) talks about filter effects the camera will do for you.
    Good luck.
    Mark
    Last edited by fotojack; 09-02-2010 at 03:33 AM.

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    Re: Black and White pictures

    I am currently looking into B&W pictures and I found books on Paul Strand Straight Photography.

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    Re: Black and White pictures

    Kevin - Which post processing program you use can impact a B&W shot in camera. If you shoot it in raw and down load it to a third party PP program, like Adobe or Apple then the picture comes out in full color. In order to get a raw B&W shot in camera you will need to download it to a Nikon program like NX2. However if you shoot the B&W in camera using jpeg then it will make no difference which PP program you use it will remain B&W. Hope this helps.
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    Happy shooting,
    Joseph

    William Faulkner: "Don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself."
    Jonathan Swift: "You can't make a Silk Purse out of a Sow's Ear." (Especially if you think you can fix it in post processing.)





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