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

    Here's a few I took the other day from an old gold mining camp up the road from my place.




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    'Cathedral to the Wind'.





    'Disturbing Rainforest Scene II'





    'Lindsay, Ernst ... and Barney'. A smokey day caused by sugar cane fires.





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

    Time to resurrect this post.

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

    Glad to see this thread still going strong. Three more...
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    i love that snow one loupey.
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    'Something Remains'. Night at a bus station.





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

    Wasn't sure if this capture would work best in color or B&W but consensus so far as been in favor of B&W.

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

    Ray

    The image has just enough contrast for a fine b&w image. I especially like the starkness of the subject with the cloudy/stormy sky in the background. Great composition.

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

    I agree with Liz on the shot that you posted Ray. Good work!

    In fact, there's some seriously good images posted all throughout this thread. I'm thrilled with the work being displayed here.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    'Side Tracked'.





    'Mainline'.





    'Leave Alone'.





    I'm hoping the reason for these 3 images is more than evident from the symbolism and the titles. I chose the tracks because of the joint use of the word tracks, like "tracks in a hammerhead's arm". I also chose the most unattractive bits of railway track that I was able to photograph. Being allowed to ride on the outside of an engine to get these shots was fantastic. I hope you're all turned off by the dirty and dismal look of the shots and what is being portrayed ... the rush I had was fair dinkum.

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

    Some fabulous images on this thread! Hope you don't mind a few older ones, taken last december on my first weekend in the USA!













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

    Great contributions to the thread dizzy. They are all very nice but I really like number three. Looks like you are going to fit right in here.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    A few more from the archive







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

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Great contributions to the thread dizzy. They are all very nice but I really like number three. Looks like you are going to fit right in here.
    Thanks very much!
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Quote Originally Posted by dizzy
    Thanks very much!
    Welcome Dizzy......very nice shots. Looks like you too enjoy b&w images too! Thanks for posting your images. I hope to see more.

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

    Nice work everyone! :thumbsup: I'm loving the variety of styles we're seeing as well. I love this thread!!

    Here's some more Ilford HP5 shot on May 15, 2003 at the San Diego Zoo.

    EDIT: Oops, sorry for the annoying watermarks. I forgot to turn it off during export from Lightroom.. /EDIT
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    Just wanted to say,"Lordy, there's some nice stuff here".
    Keep Shooting!

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

    Here are 3 old ones.

    Shot with 35mm film (gasp!) either Kodachrome 64 or Fujichrome Velvia/Provia and converted in PS. Zeiss lenses.

    Don't know if these colorful scenes render well in B&W though.
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    Re: Post your b&w images - digital or film....

    Loupey - these are great shots! That 2nd one is really beautiful - a classic. Thanks for sharing them. Great job.

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    The third image in the hard drugs/railway metaphor series seems to have come adrift. Here it is again.

    'Leave Alone'.





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

    I have a new series called 'I want to be a Cowboy' based on a twist to the 1980s song 'I wanna be a cowboy'. The new series has been inspired by the worst drought in our Nation's history, which SE Australia is suffering, right now. These are the first five images in the series which I started today. If you remember the old song from the 80's please hum the tune while you read the image titles.

    'I want to be a Cowboy'
    I want to be a Cowboy ... but cows do not smell nice.





    'I want to be a Cowboy II'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but cowboys get too weary.





    'I want to be a Cowboy III'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but I'm scared to ride a big horse.





    'I Want to be a Cowboy IV'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but I don't pull my chaps on.





    'I want to be a Cowboy V'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but the paddock dams are empty, the cows are all thirsty, as dry as dust.





    So far so good.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Wassa
    I have a new series called 'I want to be a Cowboy' based on a twist to the 1980s song 'I wanna be a cowboy'. The new series has been inspired by the worst drought in our Nation's history, which SE Australia is suffering, right now. These are the first five images in the series which I started today. If you remember the old song from the 80's please hum the tune while you read the image titles. .
    Nice series Warren, And YES, I remember that song. :14:
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    Bruce, thankyou Mate, it is nice of you to say.

    I'm sorry to have reminded you of the song though. There is another song called 'I wanna be a cowboy's girllfriend'.

    Ahhh!, the possibilities are endless, ... .

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    'I Want to be a Cowboy VI'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but there is always a fast gun.





    'I Want to be aCowboy VII'
    I want to be a cowboy ... but get blank looks from the posse for wanting to convert kilowatts back to horsepower.





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