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  2. nerwin

    Lightroom's new Lens Blur feature

    I'm not a huge fan of adding lens blur to photos, I prefer to do it with a lens haha but I suppose in some cases it can work quite well if done properly. But I'll be honest, it feels wrong to me. However, I don't feel the need to use this feature on my main cameras but with my smartphone that...
  3. hooray4mo

    My nephew in B&W

    I don’t shoot in black and white much, but here is one of my favorites that I shot of my nephew. The lighting is perfect (in my opinion) and his mellow posture/pose makes for a good photo. I’d like to know what others’ people’s thoughts are. I used Ilford HP5 Plus and my Minolta XG-1
  4. M

    looking myself in the mirror.

    My attempt on a self portrait while walking the street.
  5. ndcisiv

    Women on the street

  6. ndcisiv

    Aloha everyone

  7. Anairuai

    Photoshoot from Jan-20th-2020 | "imperfections"

    From awhile back, when I was trying different types of portraits.
  8. Vieri

    Four in B&W from Death Valley

    Hey everyone! I just got back from over two weeks in the US leading Workshops, a week in Death Valley and one around the Southwest, and while I don't have any new images done yet, since I used my Phase One IQ4 Achromatic back pretty much exclusively during the trip, I got inspired to share some...
  9. Vieri

    Four in B&W from Iceland

    Hello everyone, here's four recent B&W shots of mine made in Iceland with the IQ4 Achromatic digital back & Phase One XT: Thank you for viewing & commenting! Best regards, Vieri
  10. Vieri

    Four B&W from the Faroe Islands

    Good morning everyone! I always loved B&W and created some of my most exhibited work with it, but lately I have been shooting even more in B&W, something that suits my mood and vision much better, these days. Here are four B&W shots from the Faroe Islands: Phase One IQ4 XT- Rodenstock HR 90mm...
  11. M

    Winter Wonderland

  12. J

    B+W Seascapes

    First post here! I’ve been doing a lot of B+W Seascapes lately. I feel like I can inject my own personal style best when shooting in b+w. a6000 16mm F2.8 w/ wide angle adapter
  13. Vieri

    The Dolomites in monochrome

    Don't get me wrong, colours are great, but to me there just is something special in the graphic power of a B&W Fine Art landscape. Here two Dolomites landscape with human elements in them: Hasselblad X1D II, Voigtlander Super-Wide Heliar 15mm. 181 sec. Leica SL, Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35mm...
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    Sand in Trinity River bed. Dallas, TX
  15. P

    Portraits of a friend

    Feedback and constructive criticism welcome.
  16. Vieri

    Two B&W seascapes from Dorset, UK

    I love Dorset, with its mix of man-made landscapes and natural marvels. When the weather & light conditions are right, I love to portray Dorset's graphic rock formations and seascapes in black & white. Kimmeridge Bay | 91 seconds, Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm, Formatt-Hitech Firecrest...
  17. Vieri

    Kirkjufjara, Iceland, in black & white

    Iceland's landscapes are very graphic & monochromatic in nature, with their black rocks & black sands covered by white snow & blue ice, and I love to portray them in B&W when the occasion arise. 51 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest...
  18. Vieri

    Carn Galver Mine, Cornwall

    Besides featuring some incredible landscapes, Cornwall, in the UK, is a testament to the mining past of the UK. Dotted with abandoned and ruined engines and mining sites, some of which have been turned into open air museums, together with the Atlantic skies the Cornish landscape offers endless...
  19. Vieri

    Dramatic Tuscan cypresses, in B&W

    Tuscany often evokes images of soft landscapes and serene hills, but there is drama to be found there as well. To express the drama of this scene, I found 60 seconds of exposure and black & white to be the way to go. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra Grad ND...
  20. Vieri

    Vik's Spirit

    Nothing beats the stark beauty of Iceland in winter, and the expressive power of long exposures definitely helps in creating a special mood. Vik's Spirit, 323 seconds of exposure with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt Hitech Filters Firecrest Ultra filters. Thank you for...