I'm not doing B&W too often, to be honest, and even more rarely with landscapes. But this scene asked for it in many ways (pretty flat light during early morning hours, great contrast between flowing water and rest of the frame). I went for pretty aggressive post, so I might go too far. Here's my questions, if you want to take time to...
Our first family vacation took us through Moab, Utah, and Arches National Park. I could have spent weeks here and one day that might just happen.
50mm f/11 1/250th ISO 800 -0.5 stop
Yes a tiny Grand Canyon in the island of Kauai :-) Aloha!!!!
This pano is made up of 14 images merged
I loved the German countryside. That is where my interest in photography blossomed. Before I retired from the Air Force my last assignment had been Lakenheath Air Force base, England. Although we traveled I never had a desire to take anything but “fun” shots, for example a day in Cambridge but nothing more. With all due respect to my English...
Here is my first attempt to B&W landscape photography. Feel free to give your suggestion guys.
I'm fairly new to Fstoppers and exploring the different groups. Found this one and thought I would share some of my favorite black and white landscape images that I've taken. Any comments are welcomed.
Took these on a recent trip and was aiming to make them fine art shots. How close did I get?
The goal on this day was to get the sunrise, the weather disagreed. But with creativity you always have options
Sub optimal conditions at dusk along coast a few weeks back (lots of high fog, flat even light) but the end result was still an ok shot for me. ISO 200 (lowest possible on Panasonic GX8), about 3 seconds IIRC at f16 with polarizer and 6 stop ND. Processed from RAW in Luminar 2018.
An early morning shot of Semenyih Dam, just 45 minutes from my home in Kuala Lumpur. Such a beautiful and tranquil place, I just hope I did it justice.