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American Egret in B&W

American Egret in B&W
A little something a bit different for me, but then again not really. As many of you know I shot exclusively in B&W for over 15 years. Having my own wet process darkroom afforded me the ability to fine tune the printed image to my liking and not that of some processing lab. I spent many long hard hours, often working until well past 2 or 3 AM processing B&W images made with my large format 4X5 field camera.

So that brings us to the present…no wet process lab, although I still have that great little camera, which is for sale BTW. I now shoot exclusively in digital, both in Color and in Super Color Infrared. Converting a digital color image into a striking B&W image is quite easy and rivals that of my 4X5 B&W negatives. Removing all but a little hint of color makes for a very striking image IMHO.

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Larry Drummond
Larry Drummond
Love that expression !!!!
3 years ago.
Joan+
Joan+
I like the eye and beak in particular, and as a whole the image (to me) looks 100%
3 years ago.