I've gone from being a commercial photographer to being a premed student. There's a pretty good chance you'll find all kinds of variety here.
Though you may detest it (I doubt), I'm going to post photos of NYC, all or most of which are black and white. I hope you enjoy.
I really like the fourth one from the top. What makes you decide whether to shoot black and white vs. color in any given situation? I always have trouble deciding.
Thank you, Benji. Actually, the B&W was done post-shoot. I always shoot color. Period. Mostly because my work camera, the REAL camera, doesn't even have the capability to shoot in B&W. All the color work is done on the computer. I'm becoming fairly proficient with image editing and manipulation. I'll maybe post some manipulation transitions on here some time.
Yeah I always shoot color as well, and change it to B&W on the computer, unless I am shooting RAW format,bit then only rarely. I was more getting at what makes a picture (struggling for adjectives) "better" or more appealing in B&W. Anyway, I would love to see some of your manipulated pictures here. Oh and what is "the REAL camera"?
uhh.. That would be a Canon 1D-s, 11.1 mp beast with the EF 70-200 F2.8 IS USM Canon lens. Real beauty, but real weight. Not something to carry about New York City.
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