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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    I can see why, Alison.
    Ask them or just do it..not a recognizable person
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Here's some more. Shot with a Lomo Lubitel 2 using Ilford Pan F 50 film. Nice fine grain but not a lot of latitude when it comes to the film speed.







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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    I can see why, Alison.
    Ask them or just do it..not a recognizable person
    Thanks Frog.
    I could have it printed anyway. And if I showed them the print, mounted and framed I am sure they would want a print of it too.
    Just from looking at the LCD, the father who was a guest at the Christening, agreed it was a winner and gave me permission to enter it into contests :thumbsup:

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    I shot this for the project today.
    I was looking at wires at the top of the telegraph pole all afternoon, thinking to myself how messy and imperfect it all was. Perfect for the project.
    The Pidgeon just adds to the shot I think.
    And I knew it would look great in BW!



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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Hess
    Hi Adina!! Wow, your daughter (right?) is getting big. Great, great b&w flower pics. I hope you are well.
    Yup, my youngest. how time flies.
    I sleep, but I don't rest.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Was practicing my lack of editing skills last night and then had a heck of a time finding this thread.
    This guy is about 5 or 6 inches tall and bought several years ago. My brother called it a butt-head because its basically a head with a butt and legs.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    this one took second place in my camera club.
    Feel Free to edit my photos, However please explain what you did to them.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Nice shot Icicle!

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Very quick and ugly conversion on my laptop, from June '09.


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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by adamsti
    Very quick and ugly conversion on my laptop, from June '09.

    Well is not ugly on my monitor
    GRF

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Didn't even know this thread existed. Here's one I posted in another thread:

    I have no intention of tiptoeing through life only to arrive safely at death.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by adamsti
    Very quick and ugly conversion on my laptop, from June '09.

    I like it.
    Feel Free to edit my photos, However please explain what you did to them.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Here are some b/w images:






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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by adamsti
    Very quick and ugly conversion on my laptop, from June '09.
    This looks pretty good to me Tim. :thumbsup:
    -Bruce

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    I thought I posted this last night. Anyway, another from me:



    - Joe U.
    I have no intention of tiptoeing through life only to arrive safely at death.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Lake 2

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    Alison, what are you going to do for models when they're all grown up.....oh, yeah...grandkids.

    I've already made a start on him lol
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Rolleiflex Planar 2.8F
    Kodak Tri-X 320 (TXP)









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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Glad you got this thread up again, Axle. I like your staircase ant the last ones best.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    A recent gallery entry. Watermark is for demonstration purposes of the new Lightroom 3 facility.



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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....


    Nikon D300 - 70-200 f/2.8
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Amazing images in this wonderful thread.

    Rick









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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    The sky shot was taken while I sat in the morning traffic.



    A cabin in the hills of NC



    Last edited by ic365; 09-12-2011 at 07:53 PM.

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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    These older threads have a lot to offer. Here is an old photo to help this thread revive.
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    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    "A photographer is known by what he shows not by what he throws. The best photographers have the biggest trash cans." Quote from Nikon School sometime in the early 1970's.

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