This photo is from a couple of years ago when I was just getting into photography. We recently had a huge snow storm in North Carolina which gave me an opportunity to go through some old photos. I think the the black and white conversion gives this photo a completely different feel. Would love to know what you think.
Wanted to take a photo of this stairway while it was free of people, but a couple appeared at the top of the street so I took one shot and kept walking. In the end, I think the image looks better with people than it would have without them.
Two minimalist images I made during the Spring of this year for monochrome. Made on location in Northern California, USA.
(1) Learn To Bend
(2) Yellow Grass (you'll need to take my word for that).
first time posting in here I appreciate the respond thank you
d-700 85mm 1.4
iso 200 shutter speed 1/250 f-8
they hadn't taken a photograph in a long time and they wanted to leave something for their grandchildren so they would know them
A scene from a local jousting performance. This is the drunk uncle preparing to revenge the death of his nephew!
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/11, 1/200s, Iso 100, one Light setup!
Camera: Hasselblad H6d50c Lens: HC 100mm
My favorite summer hangout shuttered for the winter. C&C welcome.
Fuji X-Pro2 + 23/2, 1/30s @ f/2, ISO 800, handheld, PP in LR and Nik Silver EFEX
Hello everybody ! i am a french amateur, i love portraits in Black and White, here are some photos i have made during the last two years, your feedbacks are welcome.
PS: sorry for my poor english…
This is my first post here:)
These two photos taken in the '2nd Line Mardi Gras" parade in San Francisco.
Camera: Hasselblad H6d50c Lens: HC 80mm
This is a selfie! Don’t normally like to do selfies! But I got this idea along with a spell of boredom. Nobody else to sit at short notice. So, selfie it remains.
On a recent Street Photo workshop in Izmir, I came across this man in his shop who looked very interesting and told lots of interesting stories about his life. This shot is my favorite as the cigarette smoke adds some drama to the picture.
F/5.3, 1/15 sec, ISO 3200, 39mm