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Carlos M 01-24-2011 10:54

Digital Black and White.
 
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tbarker13 01-24-2011 11:41

I love digital B&W.








NickTrop 01-24-2011 11:43

The images posted here, by the way, look great - digital or otherwise.

venchka 01-24-2011 11:57

I'm trying.....




nobbylon 01-24-2011 12:41


nobbylon 01-24-2011 12:44


Mcary 01-24-2011 13:02

I look at it this way if I want an image to look like 35mm Plus-X that's what I'll shoot it with and if I want it to took like MF Tri-X that's what I'll use. This doesn't mean that I don't like the look of Digital B&W
M8 ISO 640 vs M6 HP5 @800 XTOL 1-1 lens for both shots CV 35mm 2.5

SP

imajypsee 01-24-2011 13:46

just a few..
 





tomtofa 01-24-2011 13:57


tomtofa 01-24-2011 14:03


tomtofa 01-24-2011 14:05


Jamie Pillers 01-24-2011 14:06

GREAT images here, everyone. Thanks for posting them. Threads like this help me a lot to make decisions about gear. Much appreciated.

Arjay 01-24-2011 14:18



ISO 800. PP: BW conversion, slight black point clipping, a fairly odd-shaped gradation curve for enhanced local contrast (partial solarization), grain added (image contained ugly digital noise), slightly cropped.




ISO 800. PP: Converted to BW, gradation curve for higher midtone contrast, perspective correction, slight crop, minor retouches.




ISO 2500



ISO 1600. PP Pseudo HDR treatment using two different exposure levels based on one RAW base file and a layer mask. The raw file contains more DR than can be reproduced by any normal 8-bit JPG file - at least 2 EVs more. Other things to take care of in pp were simulations of a film's toe and shoulder (shadow and highlight compression with film, whereas digital files have a straight, linear transition to full black/noise threshold and full white/saturation).

Michael Da Re 01-24-2011 14:55


Michael Da Re 01-24-2011 14:58


Michael Da Re 01-24-2011 14:59


andredossantos 01-24-2011 15:13

I like the composition and was kind've satisfied with the tones but not totally happy with in the end:


Untitled by andre dos santos, on Flickr


Untitled by andre dos santos, on Flickr


Untitled by andre dos santos, on Flickr


Untitled by andre dos santos, on Flickr


Untitled by andre dos santos, on Flickr

gilpen123 01-24-2011 15:27

RD1 straight from cam with some PP


KEH 01-24-2011 15:55

Oly EP2, Lumix 14-45, Silver Efex Pro


Kirk

pachuco 01-24-2011 15:57








tbarker13 01-24-2011 16:06









monochromejrnl 01-24-2011 16:07


photony texas 01-24-2011 16:24


Sister Mother Courtney by phOtOny teXas, on Flickr

photony texas 01-24-2011 16:30

[IMG]
Dreaming Beauty by phOtOny teXas, on Flickr[/IMG]

photony texas 01-24-2011 16:32

[IMG]
Forest Fairy by phOtOny teXas, on Flickr[/IMG]

peterm1 01-24-2011 16:52

I usually shoot in RAW then convert to black and white in post. This gives me maximum flexibility.






snausages 01-24-2011 17:53

I think digital b&w is frustrating. But, digital encourages more shooting for me.

RD1


robklurfield 01-24-2011 18:28

M8 at 68 mph. This time from the passenger seat.

gnuyork 01-24-2011 18:38














Klyment 01-24-2011 18:45


tbarker13 01-24-2011 18:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by Klyment (Post 1528628)
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What a beautiful photo...

AzzA 01-24-2011 19:00

Some top shots in this thread. Thanks for sharing.


This one is just one taken for a uni assignment with my humble little Canon S90

tbarker13 01-24-2011 19:03







wray 01-24-2011 19:34


Ed and his alter ego.

tomtofa 01-24-2011 20:23


PollitowuzHere 01-24-2011 20:25

All of them with NEX-5 and converted in Lightroom.







videogamemaker 01-25-2011 01:12


IMG_6330.jpg by mr-chompers, on Flickr

malcD 01-25-2011 01:30

this is one of my better digi portrait's

Bobfrance 01-25-2011 02:12


Untitled by Bobfrance, on Flickr

monochromejrnl 01-25-2011 04:40



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