When I take a look into your B/W gallery I feel I must to begin taking (developing) photos in monochrome. All of them are fantastic. I like them very much. Thanks for sharing and thanks for teaching. Greetings
Thanks Malko, on my pages again! :-)
A good b/w picture is a very stunning one but remember, a colour picture simply edited in b/w is not the same thing to a b/w shot.
Most reflex cameras as D80, gives you the chance to shot as using the film, greys' range is rather the same, simply editing you turn the colour in grey and it's not the same bacause of the shorter range so you have no details in middle-tones.
The b/w pictures in my gallery were taken with analogic cameras and 35mm film developed by me.
Thanks a lot, my best regards.
I see Bruno. I have to revive my old analogic Minolta (I really used it just a handful of times) in order to try taking photos as yours (although I know I will not be able to get the impresive pics you get). Thanks for explanations.
You must have an excellent scanner. What is it ?
The result of scanning from my 13X18 pPhotos are rather bad.
Artistic view ! Hello from Athens
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