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Finally gave B&W a try

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by kreuzberg, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. kreuzberg

    kreuzberg TPF Noob!

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    I've only shot colour film so far but I've finally got round to buying some B&W film. Here a few off my first film:

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    I think they turned out quite well but what do you guys think? All C&C welcome :)
     
  2. Des H

    Des H TPF Noob!

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    Im not in a position to give critique as im only getting into b&w myself. But I must say that I enjoyed looking at your shots especially the first one well done keep it up ;)
     
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    HeY iTs ScOTtY TPF Noob!

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    i like'em. id rather not see the corners dark though. looks like an effect from using a b&w filter. is that what you used?
     
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    Yeah I stacked a orange filter and a polariser because I thought a little vignetting would look quite good with the graveyard scene. I took some others of a castle without stacking you might like better, I might post some over the weekend when I get them uploaded.
     
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    I think the vignette works on #1, 3, 5, 6. 3 is my favorite - I really like the way the marble pops on those markers. Some of the others feel a little soft for my taste, but I think the series works well together. Now I'm going to try an orange filter next time I shoot..

    Thanks for posting them!
     
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    I too am not in the "Place" to give B&W critique but I like them.
     

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