Broken Hill, in NSW, is a town in the outback with a rich mining history. Some shots around the old mine.
Fun shoot with Kendal at the loft.
Used the Z7 with the 24-70 f4.0
I'm Stephan, a French candid street photographer and i live in Nice.
I am passionate about everyday people and my favorite playground are authentic public places, mostly old markets. I find people naturally beautiful, expressive, touching, and I'm attached to their faces so full of stories...
© Stephan Le Gac Savoye, All Rights...
First upload to this BW group. Looking for CC on making future photos better. Thanks!
Model: Elena Shiukashvili
Photographer: Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Lighting: Natural Light
Camera: Nikon D810 Lens: 85mm f/1.4 Settings: ISO 100, f/3.5, 1/160s
© 2018 Gary McGillivray-Birnie www.mcgillivraybirniephotography.com https://www.instagram.com/mcgillivraybirniephotography/
My first time shooting this sort of subject. Had an absolute blast doing it, and I want to try it again.
Although the original colour image was great because of the dynamic colours in her hairdo, there is just something striking for me in the B&W version
Might be a dumb question but I love the fact we can do that these days.Here are some shots from Sydney that I thought came out well in black and white. What do you think? Black and white conversion gives pics a timeless look I think.
Canon EOS Elan 7e, TMax400, 50mm 1.8 @f22 20 sec. exposure
Canon EOS Elan 7e, TMax400, 50mm1.8 @f4 1/30sec exposure
Black and white images often resonate with me even when I like the original colour version. A few for scrutiny or just looking at.1. Can you see the little bug hovering? 2.Bush fire in rural South Australia on farmland 3.Silver Gulls at Goolwa South Australia.
Lately I've been getting into shooting more street scenes in Montreal and while I like them both in colour and in B&W, it seems the B&W pop more...especially when it's a foggy morning. Constructive thoughts greatly appreciated :)
From my first (and only, so far) trip to Iceland late last year. While the rest of the group were shooting a waterfall in the other direction, I turned around and spotted this little hut, looking precarious under a cliffside.
I joined fstoppers to get constructive advice from people who know photography, so fire away :)
In between chasing my granddaughter at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, I managed to get some shots. I know that 99.9% of us will never get to see a majestic animal like this in the wild, but I still frown when I see this beautiful creature in such a small area. Yes, they are very well cared for, but it's just not how it should be.
I'm currently a junior in high school and one of our AP2D assignments was low-key photography and I have these different variations of some photos I took in the studio. Out of all of them, the one with 3 different faces is my favorite as it provides different perspective while still including low key aspects, but I'd like your opinions too.