Following on with the monochrome theme, in this post we’ll look more closely at Black & White Landscape images and how you can improve them!
Your eye and your camera should be at the forefront of creating black and white images; the process should be both intentional and organic. Below are a few ideas that should help as you further explore going down the path of black and white photography.
“Should this image be color or black and white?”
Of course, there is no objectively right or wrong answer to this, but there are some basic principles to keep in mind that can help with your decision.
Has this question ever crossed your mind? I wonder if I should shoot this in black & white? We think every photographer has been faced with this decision. And many folks today, in this digital world, would just tell themselves, “I can always convert it later”. But the truth is that sometimes it will help […]
. Whilst the title says when to “shoot” black & white nowadays you don’t actually need to worry about shooting in black & white. It’s more important to shoot RAW, if you do this then the world is your oyster when it comes to post processing, including turning a colour image to b&w.
Black and white photographs can portray a higher level of timelessness than color images. The lack of color also gives us a better sense of the time and mood behind a portrait. Because of these characteristics, black and white photography has maintained a strong presence in portraiture. Since the eye perceives black and white photography differently than color photography, […]