By John Batdorff
Now that you've got that incredible new DSLR, you wish a booklet that is going past the digicam guide to catch lovely photographs. For electronic photographers drawn to black and white, this consultant might help starting- and intermediate-level shooters overcome the basics and take impressive shots.
Pro photographer John Batdorff starts off with the fundamentals, together with composition, gentle, distinction, publicity, and while to settle on black and white. He covers the entire key digital camera positive aspects (regardless of what form of DSLR you've got) that have an effect on your photo, together with the shutter speed's skill to freeze and bring movement, and the aperture's direct correlation with intensity of field.
Once you've captured these nice pictures, John takes you step-by-step during the colour conversion technique to black and white in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom utilizing easy presets. He additionally covers the improvements and contours that may be additional utilizing Nik Silver Efex professional software–from presets to regulate issues utilizing U-Point Technology.
Follow together with your pleasant and an expert consultant and also you will:
Learn to determine in black and white by way of realizing distinction, texture, and lighting
Understand the entire top methods and methods for purchasing nice black and white motion photographs, landscapes, and portraits
Create your personal electronic workflow through realizing the fundamentals of submit processing in Lightroom, then transcend the fundamentals with Nik Silver Efex Pro
Share your photographs and research tips about printing and providing your paintings online
And as soon as you've bought the shot, express it off! sign up for the book's Flickr team, percentage your photographs, and speak about the way you use your digicam to get nice black and white pictures at flickr.com/groups/blackandwhite fromsnapshotstogreatshots.
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The key to getting a silhouette right is having a recognizable image placed in front of a bright light source. Try to either place your subject in front of a very bright window or seek out locations where your subject will be backlit. Just remember to keep your flash turned off and use matrix metering. A good time to practice this technique is during sunset and sunrise by placing your subject in front of the light source, which is the setting or rising sun. ISO 250 1/1600 sec. 17 What drew me into this scene was the polarizing imagery of the couples sharing the bench overlooking the ocean.
Yet we would not consider this a high-contrast image. 8 ISO 200 1/90 sec. 1 35mm lens This image has a very large tonal range and strong midtones, indicated by the middle section of the histogram. There’s no real defined U-shape to the histogram (a U-shape is the hallmark of good contrast). 9) would have only midtones and would lack bright highlights and dark shadows. Narrow tonal contrast images have a narrow histogram and look like a single peak in the middle of the graph. These images tend to be flat in appearance.
Look for shadows from inside structures where the bright sunlight is creating lines and forms from the architecture that surrounds you. I was in Paris visiting the Louvre when I noticed a building with a long corridor that was flooded with light. 2). The pillars create a nice line for our eyes to follow and add depth to the image. The arches provide a feeling of elegance and strength. 1 ISO 400 1/40 sec. 5 35mm lens ISO 100 10 sec. f/14 27mm lens The golden hour: A late-afternoon thunderstorm had passed through and the sun was setting in the distance.