Part 2 of the guide to black and white photography: black and white photography technical essentials and an overview of conversion methods with the least amount of interpolations. Recommendations for better black and white photography
Part 1 of a guide to give some insight in black and white photography and how to create better black and white photographs.
In this location guide I discuss how and when to shoot The Salk Institute (located in San Diego) and The Scoop (located in London). I go over vantage points and give my advice on how to photograph these locations.
A more advanced and accurate way of creating split tones to a black and white photograph, using luminosity masks and exact color values for complementary tones.
A series on photography locations of my favorite photographs with tips and recommendations on how to access those locations, how and when to shoot it.
People ask me on regularly what my best black and white photography tips are, apart from the more generic tips like I shared them in this article. More specifically they ask: What’s the difference between a good and a bad black and white photograph?