Capturing the world with Photography, Painting and Drawing

August in Black and white, In the forest after the rain.

In the forest after the rain
Black and white landscapes
Olympus Pen
Nigel Borrington

I have always loved black and white images, from the moment I first started looking at photographers work and then owned my first camera and loaded its first roll of Ilfords HP5 black and white film. I love the drama that can be created using shades and tones, from pure white to inky blacks.

These days many photographers long after and spend lots of cash on digital cameras that can deliver the highest possible dynamic range of tones and shades, to myself however I just love trying to bring an image back down to the lowest dynamic range possible, that works towards adding true drama into an image.

This image was taken this evening on a forest path, just after we had a thunder and lightning storm, how much more drama does a photographer need ?

2 responses

  1. I’m a black and white fan myself, even if I don’t do much of it I love looking at others’ work.

    August 28, 2020 at 3:56 pm

    • Hi alli x your should search “Seeing in Black and White with Eileen Rafferty” on you tube.

      September 9, 2020 at 12:47 am

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