Sometimes even I get a little bored posting the abundant oak tree and sunset photographs I am lucky enough to see on a regular basis. So when the mood strikes, I’ll take a peek at how certain photographs might look in B&W to clicking on the “Black & White” button in Adobe Lightroom. If the preview appears promising, I’ll export to Nik Silver EFex Pro to begin the actual post processing.
The ranches in this particular area all seem to have the standard, yet elegant, white horse fences surrounding the various properties. The converging fences draw the eye from one end of the photograph to the next, but this may not be a good thing as I starting to think it is leading the eyes out of the photograph. Well, let’s see what all of you think. Maybe not the best conversion to B&W, but I’m happy to hear any feedback.
Recent B&W photography posts:
- Cow, Clouds, Meadow, B&W
- Calla Lily, Leaves, B&W
- Boulders, Pines, Clouds, B&W
- Creek, Silky Water, Rocks, B&W
- Ghost Trees, Clouds, B&W
- Sunlight, Mountain Range, Clouds, B&W
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, 55mm, ISO 100, 0.5 sec, f/13
Horse Fence, Backlit Oaks, B&W. Carbondale, California. February 09, 2012. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.