Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Dr. Josh, Aug 11, 2004.
Just goofing around. Lemme know what you guys think.
If you're going to shoot in B/W it helps if you have a good contast range. All your shots are in the middle grey zone with no whites and very little black. What looks good in color doesn't always look good in B/W.
i concur.. some more interestingly patterned subjects wouldn't hurt either
Yah, you definately need to do some post processing, here is 2 min in photoshop on your first image. Contrast is everything in B&W:
Thanks...that looks much better