Posted on August 26, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
A sunset without color is …
I was trying to see this scene in black and white as I was taking the picture.
FRISCO — It’s time for another short set of images rendered in black and white, with a little twist. For the sake of comparison, I’ve included the original color versions, unedited. Thanks to magic of digital photography, it’s easy. Does anyone else remember trying to print decent high-contrast images from color negatives? That was not easy! These are all DSLR shots — next I’ll try to edit a few iPhone shots in monochrome.
A summer sunset in Frisco, Colorado.
Tree silhouettes with dramatic backighting are always good for a B&W.
Which do you like better.
It seemed almost a shame to render this in black and white, and it probably pales (pun intended) in comparison to the golden-tinged original.
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