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Medium Format Black And White Landscape Photography

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Medium Format Black And White Landscape Photography

Paul became a photographer almost three decades ago, after studying graphic design and photography at Southport College, Merseyside. Afterwards, he worked as an assistant in a commercial studio in Liverpool, where he began using an MPP 5x4in camera for architectural work and product shots. He took to the format immediately, loving the precisely engineered equipment,...

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Black And White Medium Format Film Photography

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Black And White Medium Format Film Photography

Black and white film is also available in C-41 processing film. If you plan to create or have a darkroom set up for black and white photography, you will not be able to process this film with standard black and white processing and may have difficulties printing it as it is color-based emulsions. The image...

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Large Format Black And White Landscape Photography

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Large Format Black And White Landscape Photography

I currently primarily use a Canon 7D MkII with either a Canon 17-40mm f4.0 and Tokina 11-16mm f2.8. I also have an infrared-converted Canon T3i (my first digital camera) that I use on occasion. I got my first digital camera in 2012, but I’ve only been very serious about photography since 2015. I use two different Vanguard...

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Best Format For Black And White Images

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Best Format For Black And White Images

Graphic images are normally not continuous tone (gradients are possible in graphics, but are seen less often). Graphics are drawings, not photos, and they use relatively few colors, maybe only two or three, often less than 16 colors in the entire image. In a color graphic cartoon, the entire sky will be only one shade...

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