Post Your Black and Whites Photos!!

Dave_W

The Dude
Since the B&W threads been a little slow, I figured I'd post a few in hopes we can get a few others to start posting their B&W's

Dog prints
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RockyNH

Senior Member
D800; 24-70mm; f-4.5; ISO-400; 13 sec

I had a couple the other day Dave... went looking for a Generic B&W section and not finding one, did not post up as I do not do enough to warrant its own thread.. Wonder if a Generic 'post your B&W here' Might be in order and also stir up more interest...

Nice job on your two... best for me are...

#1 the footprints.. such a classic heading off into the horizon
#2 I love the sky and guard shack... I found the sign a distraction though it may have been in your "plan" but I focused on it and had trouble focusing on the shack... my eye jumped between the two. (Like them both, do not mean to be critical...)

Pat in NH
 

RockyNH

Senior Member
Well, I guess I better put up a couple since I opened my mouth!! ;)


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These were from my recent trip to Michigan!

Pat in NH
 

RockyNH

Senior Member
and a couple more to help seed the thread...


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These were all recent up around Manchester NH... I will work on a couple more this weekend that were suggestions
from some of my 365 Project Pictures.

TGIF

Pat in NH
 

Dave_W

The Dude
Well, I guess I better put up a couple since I opened my mouth!! ;)





These were from my recent trip to Michigan!

Pat in NH

I like these two a lot. Interesting clouds always work well in B&W landscape photos and those clouds add a lot to your photos. Do you have LR? If so, you should try using the red filter on these, if you haven't already. The red filter can tease out lots of definition in cloudscapes
 

Marcel

Happily retired
Staff member
Here is the shot I used today in my 365 thread. After I posted it, I wondered how it would look in B&W. Well, I think it adds character to it. What do you guys think?

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RockyNH

Senior Member
I like it Marcel.. I do not remember the original (may have been before my time... Did you use a sepia tone of any sort ??
I like the Gallery watching the musician!

Pat in NH
 

RockyNH

Senior Member
I like these two a lot. Interesting clouds always work well in B&W landscape photos and those clouds add a lot to your photos. Do you have LR? If so, you should try using the red filter on these, if you haven't already. The red filter can tease out lots of definition in cloudscapes

Thanks for the compliment Dave... The clouds is what made them for me... I have LR but have not played with the filters yet... I will give those 2 a 2nd look with that. Thank you for the suggestion/tip.

Pat in NH
 
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Marcel

Happily retired
Staff member
I like it Marcel.. I do not remember the original (may have been before my time... Did you use a sepia tone of any sort ??
I like the Gallery watching the musician!

Pat in NH

The original was from today's "Marcel's daily pic 365".
 

pedroj

Senior Member
Here's one I took of a surfer friend of mine...Taken with the D300 + 300mm at F4 shutter 1/800 ISO 250

A Light Shower

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TedG954

Senior Member
Ted, those are so popular these days! I know some Long Distance riders who love them... What brand and how many cc's?

Pat in NH


It's a Aprilia with a 250cc Piaggio engine. 22HP. I've done faster than 75 on it (just to keep up with traffic) and it gets over 75MPG. At 365 pounds, it handles much different than my 700 pound Heritage. The Heritage was stolen last May. I had it for 16 years.

As a matter of fact, I'm going on a scooter run on Sunday. Wild dudes. We're banned in several cities. Wild Scooter Dudes. Yep, dats us.
 
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