Looking Back, Thinking Black

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I’m revisiting my digital archives to view some of my images in black and white. In the future, I’ll try to see them that way in the field.

I often have the final image in mind when I’m composing a picture, but that image hasn’t really considered black and white.

BTW: First thing this morning, I was trying to figure out why comments seem to be disabled from the “Summer’s Coming On” post from yesterday (thanks for the heads-up, Doug, it was not on purpose!) and while “fixing” I managed to screw up my template. Short term solution has been to replace it with a copy (thank goodness!) from February, so we’ve reverted to some old header and sidebar images until I can tweak it.

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4 thoughts on “Looking Back, Thinking Black”

  1. I know I’ve said this often enough to render it meaningless, but “this is one of my favorites.”

  2. My thanks to Doug, too. I wanted to post and I’m so not a techie that I thought it was my stupidity that prevented me. Now I’ll try to remeber what I wanted to say!

  3. Handsome! Did you use something like a fish-eye lens, or did you just find the world that way that day?

  4. I wish I had a fish-eye. I’m sure this was taken at the shortest focal length I have–18mm which on the digital CCD is more like 30mm with a standard lens, wide angle, but not fisheye.

    The perspective of towering trees bigger at the base also lends itself to this sense of distortion.

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