Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by dmccarty10, Jan 21, 2007.
Shot outside Sonora, Texas on a 7,000 acre ranch.
Canon 5D. f2.8 24x70mm. f/4. 1/1600. ISO100.
Very nice composition. Did you use any filters (physical or digital)? I know blue filters are pretty popular for b&w landscapes.
Thanks. I wasn't using a polarizing filter this day, but I did use a digital red filter when I processed the raw image to monochrome in order to bring out the sky and give the clouds more definition.
Here is the original shot.
Very nice! Definitely more effective in B&W, I'd say.
Yeah, I was shooting in Monochrome mode at the time, so B&W was my ultimate goal. But when you shoot raw, they come back in as color anyway.
Nice, much prefer the B/W.
love the sky in the B&W, well processed. :thumbup:
I like the colour version more because of the range of colours
Nice, you made the typically boring plains of Texas into a great shot.
I like the B&W shot better.
the b&w one all the way, great shot
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