Images of black and white mountains are arguably in photography's DNA. Ever since the masterful photographs of Ansel Adams, photographers have flocked to emulate his dramatic black and white photographs of mountains.
The trouble is, in the age of the DSLR we need to convert to black and white. Of course, great black and whites start in camera, but the biggest challenges in black and white photography lie in knowing which images will work well in black and white and in understanding the important role post-processing plays in controlling tone and contrast when converting a photo to black and white.
If the idea of taking striking black and white photographs of amazing peaks raises you to new heights (pardon the pun), and you want to learn how to emulate the masters, please take a look at Kent DuFault's Better Black And White Guide.
But for now, let's see what you can do with black and white conversions! We hope these 66 striking images of black and white mountains will inspire you.
Convert Your Mountain Images To Dramatic Black And White
Studying these striking images of black and white mountains is a way to get inspiration and to get your creative juices flowing.
The Better Black And White Guide – will ensure you get images that are timeless. You'll get more out of your landscapes, and you'll represent the drama of the awe-inspiring peaks that you're lucky enough to be photographing in a timeless fashion.
If you are interested, this guide will teach you everything you need to know about controlling tone and contrast to get the images you want. Click here now to check it out.
Have You Been Inspired By These Striking And Timeless Images Of Black And White Mountains?
Make sure you take a look at Kent DuFault's Better Black And White Guide. This is a complete step by step guide to creating stunning black and white conversions – including teaching you everything you need to know about controlling tone and contrast to get the image you want.
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