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Thoughts on these in-camera b&w's...

Posted by juanital (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 22, 09 at 23:29

Seems to be a no-no if you use in camera conversions (settings set for monochrome-filters before taken) then the usual f and shutter settings. So tell me whats wrong with these...I added a little lighting-to a few-error on my part for settings.

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I have a few more, but my camera does this when using picture control-monochrome....

Juanita
Nikon D300


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RE: Thoughts on these in-camera b&w's...

I like all three of them, but I especially like the railroad track one.


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RE: Thoughts on these in-camera b&w's...

I certainly have no credentials :) but I like the second one. I like the contrast between the very linear trees at the left and the ethereal impression on the right side of the photo. I think it's beautiful!
Pam


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RE: Thoughts on these in-camera b&w's...

I don't see anything wrong with them. What does juanital not like about them?


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RE: Thoughts on these in-camera b&w's...

I like the first one best. There is a black and white blog that occasionally accepts new members if any one is interested. http://theworldinblackwhite.blogspot.com/


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