This is just a quick study my Black & White photography over the years. Some are more recent, others were taken as far back as 2005; unfortunatly with my 1.2mp camera. But on the plus side, the grain does work well with the grunge theme…
This first image was only taken a few months ago with my Nikon D40. Over exposed, obviously, this is in fact a black cat. I’ve gone for the more artistic feel with this one, again, obvliously, and she now looks almost silver. I’m personally quite pleased with the effect though I do understand that it’s an aquired taste.
Again, with the Nikon, this was taken without a flash at a high ISO. Inlike most of my Black & White images which are normally taken in colour and then mastered in B & W later, this image is almost as it was when the shutter opened… (Grain and all!)
This is one of my older images, taken in Whitby, on the East Coast back in 2005. It came out really well though considering that it was taken with my IPAQ rx3000. (1.2mp)
This now counts as an historical image. It was the once iconic Maths Tower of the University Of Manchester before its demolition back in 2005. University Place now stands there, and even thought the new complex is bigger and better, there’s something kind of compelling about this form of 60’s architecture that we just love to hate.
This was taken in 2006. This is one of my favorites. An early attempt at high key, notice the nearest light almost disapearing into its own glare. I like this one but again, it’s an aquired taste.
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