Alabama Hills B&W

Discussion in 'B&W images' started by Jim Dockery, Mar 20, 2020.

  1. Jim Dockery

    Jim Dockery Well-Known Member

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    I prefer the B&W conversions of many of my shots from a recent visit.

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    Storm blowing in from the north.

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    Morning pano near our camp spot.

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    My favorite
     
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    My favorite as well. Good job.
     
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    Nice - and fully agree on that last one being the favorite.
     
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    Interesting work here Jim. You have a knack for B&W which makes it easy to prefer these to color.
     
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    Interesting Jim. The first looks like a negative. They are all done quite well.
     
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    Love those high key images. And all are nice, with such interesting conditions. The place is an endless opportunity. Please tell me you flew the Mavic there....
     
  7. Jim Dockery

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    Thanks for the comments guys. Jeffery, the drone is a whole story I'll tell in another thread. I did spend some time driving around looking for that ball you shot with your drone, but never found it.
     
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    these look like they could have been taken on mars. love the tones, beautiful images.
     
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    Look forward to that post, Jim. Take your time, we all have a lot of that these days...

    You can not see the ball from any road. I only discovered it while flying.
     
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    Those first 2 look like they could be IR images. Good drama in #3.
     

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