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

    Here are a few of my favorite shots. Shot either on HP5 Plus or BW400CN. I love B&W!!! It can convey so much with so little. I'll post up more when I get the chance. I'm off to work







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

    I am loving everything!! BRILLIANT work everyone!! I was gone all weekend, but hopefully I can contribute a few more images tonight. Lets keep this going!

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

    Danic,

    Here are a few of my favorite shots. Shot either on HP5 Plus or BW400CN. I love B&W!!! It can convey so much with so little. I'll post up more when I get the chance. I'm off to work
    Great job! Your images are fantastic. I too love B&W. Viewing this thread, I think a lot of people here enjoy b&w. I'm just starting to get a feel for digital b&w - big learning curve.

    Thanks for posting these shots. It almost makes me want to go back to film. I said almost.

    Looking forward to more.

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

    Wull - thanks for posting some of you b&w shots. Nos. 1 and 2 are awesome!

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

    never really thought about doing many b&w till i saw these photos, i would have missed out on something spectacular. thanks people.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    I haven't done much with B&W lately, but the new camera does have a monochrome setting that also allows you to add b&w filters so I'm giving them a try. As soon as I read in the manual about this feature I stepped out my office door and grabbed a quick b&w with the red filter in place. Here it is, and I'll add a few oldies but goodies too.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Some more film. Agfapan Vario-XL (can be exposed at speeds between ISO 125 and ISO 1600) this batch exposed at ISO 400. This film expired before I had even been born btw.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    From my 2003 trip to the BWCA in Minnesota.

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

    Hope its ok if I add one.first pic from my new a300 with Tamron 700-300 lens . I have lots to read and learn about it. :-)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by poodlenuts
    Hope its ok if I add one.first pic from my new a300 with Tamron 700-300 lens . I have lots to read and learn about it. :-)
    It sure is okay - better than okay. Nice shot - you had a good subject! I hope you will post some more.

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

    This one was practically B&W to begin with anyway...
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    Danic,

    It almost makes me want to go back to film. I said almost.


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    You know you want to, just do it!

    As a side note, the quality of photo's on here is fantastic! I can't believe the shots out there that people have taken :yikes: Its fantastic!
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    Here are a couple more. Same films as before.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    Wull - thanks for posting some of you b&w shots. Nos. 1 and 2 are awesome!

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    Thanks Liz

    And thanks for the thread. Some great photos so far.

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

    A couple more from me. Was really pleased with these




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

    Bandits always look more intimidating when shot in B&W, right?
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    digitised film, daylight, 50mm, Zenit
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by SmartWombat
    digitised film, daylight, 50mm, Zenit
    Beautiful shot! Classic b&w.

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

    All of a sudden I'm finding images to convert.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    It sure is okay - better than okay. Nice shot - you had a good subject! I hope you will post some more.

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    Thank you Liz

    Yesterday was a wet and foggy day so b&w photos seem fitting ,plus it gave me a good resin to play with my new camera




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

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthonys
    A recent repost, but it is black. and white.

    A digital RGB conversion.

    What a fantastic shot!
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Loupey
    This one was practically B&W to begin with anyway...
    Are you kidding me? OMG & WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!!!!!!! This shot is off the hook!!!!
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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

    Here's my contribution:

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

    here's beetlejuice.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    I *love* BW, these pictures are all amazing! Wanted to add a few to the pot. The first two are edited BW in Photoshop but the last one was me trying out the BW feature in the camera:

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