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April Challenge - Classic Black & White photography - Entries only

Discussion in 'Monthly Competition' started by AB22 Easy Tiger, Apr 1, 2012.

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  1. AB22 Easy Tiger

    AB22 Easy Tiger Even better than before Staff Member Contributor

    Black and white photography doesn't rely on it's colours, more so on close attention to composition, lighting, perspective and the context in which it is shot.

    So April's challenge is to submit something that's been thought through in black & white.
    Some sites for a bit of inspiration:


    Shots must be taken between now and the end of April.

    Happy shooting
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2012
  2. One

    One Goalkeeper


  3. MaDMaCKeM

    MaDMaCKeM Midfield


    The Cutter, Woodhorn Museum. Northumberland
  4. clyde

    clyde Winger


    Camera Sony DSLR-A500
    Exposure 0.003 sec (1/400)
    Aperture f/4.0
    Focal Length 130 mm
    ISO Speed 200
  5. robcal

    robcal Striker


    The Fisherman's Co-operative, Leigh-On-Sea.
  6. TiredEyes

    TiredEyes Winger

  7. not spavin

    not spavin Striker

  8. super-niall

    super-niall Striker


    Saltwell Park waterfall, taken 15/04/2012 11am.
  9. sketchy

    sketchy Midfield

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  10. wor kid telt me

    wor kid telt me New Member

  11. tom tom macute

    tom tom macute Central Defender

    Stanhope Ford

  12. minkeysteve

    minkeysteve Goalkeeper

  13. MalmöMakem

    MalmöMakem Midfield

    At the Match

  14. cook

    cook Winger


    Little Cookie :)
  15. Steeeeed

    Steeeeed Winger

  16. HebburnMackem

    HebburnMackem Striker

  17. smoker

    smoker Striker

    Journey's end

  18. bigmac

    bigmac Goalkeeper

  19. ayesane

    ayesane Guest

    Her mothers eyes..

    f/3.2, 75 mm, 1/125, ISO640 crop and convert to black & white (with a touch of cream).
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