Tag: b&W

Agfa Clack

I got the Clack for 7 Euros! The Agfa Clack Double Exposures

The crappy black box, actually has got a certain charm. Ok nothing special in terms of technical specification. It’s optics are plastic for goodness sake! Three controls that’s it…

January 1, 2017
Procida procession

Easter Procession on Procida, Italy with the Voitglander Bessa

[column2][/column2] [column2 last=yes][/column2] [column2] [/column2] [column2 last=yes] [/column2] So far food wise the staple mains of pasta, pizza and a bounty of fish at a sublime level didn’t disappoint….

May 5, 2016

Voigtlander Bessa in Rome using Medium Format

Now the Bessa had proved itself a viable option for travel. It was time to pack the gear for a Roman hoilday of some description – an adventure!…

April 11, 2016

Workflow Part 2 : Print Workflow – Warm Tone B&W

Why tone your Black & White images? well a slight toning to an image I believe is more inviting and pleasing to the eye. The amount of toning really depends on you, it’s a personal thing. There’s no defined rules to it, a suggestion would be to keep the same toning through a project for the state of consistency – whether that is possible. Often, some images need more or less to keep in balance with the rest of the work in the portfolio.

October 20, 2010