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A note about the masthead: the image was taken on the Brooklyn Bridge at dusk using a slow shutter speed to illustrate the movement of the vehicles and the streaming of their headlights.
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Tag Archives: black and white
This is a photo of a cruise ship in port. I converted the image into black and white using Nik Silver Efex Pro. I like the angularity of the prow of the ship counterbalancing the lines to shore. The shadows … Continue reading
This image, called Three Dresses, was awarded first place in group B at the Delray Camera Club competition for November 24, 2010. The judge commented that “this photographer sees an image that others do not …” It was made in … Continue reading
The shadows cast by the slate fence on the sand produced this outstanding black and white print. The curve of the fence and its shadow guides the eye from the lower left to the upper left. Taken at Jones Beach, … Continue reading
This image is part of my monochrome series. The original was a color photo taken on the interior wall of the Burden Iron Works HQ. It was converted into a sepia split tone image in Lightroom 3. A heavy vignette was added to … Continue reading
Atop the Brooklyn Bridge at night, I made these images by setting the shutter to be open for a relatively long time. (Tamron 17-50 at 35mm, f11, 20 sec). The long exposure produced the effect of streaming lights of the … Continue reading
This image was taken at the steps leading up to the Brooklyn Bridge on the Brooklyn side. I watched as another photographer in our group waited for people to pass leaving the stairway empty before taking a picture. However, the … Continue reading
This lone white birch stood out among the “old growth” forest at the Landis Arboretum. He just begged for a classic black and white treatment. Post processing in LR3 with some liberal use of the adjustment brush. The tree was … Continue reading
I made this image just prior to the wedding party coming out for photos before the big event. The photo in color is pedestrian, but I envisioned this in dramatic black and white infrared. The stark white chairs against the … Continue reading
The Berkshire Botanical Gardens is located near Stockbridge. We stopped there briefly on our way home from the Red Lion Inn. This old barn was on the property, used as a utility shed with a hot house extension. This image … Continue reading