Who doesn’t love a black and white image? From the stunning landscapes of Ansel Adams to the gritty realism of Don McCullin, monochrome triggers an emotional response in all of us. These days of course, outside of overpriced monochromatic sensors, all our cameras shoot in color. That means, that any conversion to black and white […]
The word “Film Noir” gives us a feeling of moody, dramatic and dark cinematic scenes that usually crime and thriller movies make use of. But, this should not be thought of as entirely for that genre of film but as a photography style that can be used for a specific type of story telling. In this article, we will look at some tips for film noir photography.
If you have been shooting in black and white for a while and you feel like learning some new tricks, you should consider using color filters. These filters are truly useful because they let you control how colors are converted to different shades of grey. If you use them the right way, you’ll be able […]
When you create a black and white photograph, you create something that is abstract and strikingly real at the same time. Black and white photography is strange that way. It is perhaps this abstract quality that makes black and white images so intriguing and timeless. Updated by Dahlia Ambrose Producing noteworthy black and white photographs […]
Skipping panchromatic film, which truly delivers black and white photographs, every digital black and white image out there has been post-produced via software. Therefore, every black and white photograph made through a digital format is nothing more than a post-production that has been made after pulling the raw files an SD card. Unless you own […]