The Soldier Fire that burned in Mescalero. Fire was not contained as of this photo.
Drawings taped to two windows on the fourth floor of the art building of Montgomery College.
Hi! I'm new to this group as well as the hole of Fstoppers so this is my first post :)
I wondered what peoples opinions are on when to use black and white in portraiture?
I generally just use it to cut out distracting colours or to de-clutter the background.
Are there any other rules people use when considering black and white...
Model: Lisa Rejen
Photographer: Bram van Dal
Aperture: F / 2.5
Camera: Canon 5dmkII
Location: Strijp-S in Eindhoven.
With this photo I have the model on the elevation where you already get a different perspective in the photo....
This image is from my last trip to Asia and I found this area by accident. I couldn't help but feel drawn in by the lines and the energy of the trees and water. I chose the black and white treatment because I often get distracted by color when looking at older structures.
The weather may be wintery, but apparently the trees march to a different drummer. This bud is but one of many on this beautiful tulip magnolia.
Looks like an interesting group. Some samples of recent work and mainly what I do:
Color or B&W?
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/13, 1/160s, iso 100, two Lights Setup!
My use of Ansel Adams' tones on one of my favorite buildings to shoot. Let me know what you think. I'm taking a break from color and really focusing on getting the tones I want in black and white. Constructive critiques welcome.
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/14, 1/200s, iso 100, 2 Lights setup, Beauty dish with grid, backlight and Silver Reflector under the face!
Arber Elezi Photography
Hi. I took this picture of a beetle which landed on my glass whilst I doing some macro photography.
I tried to go for a minimalist feel for the image which is why I chose to make the image black and white. Any opinions or critiques would be great.