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Are we ready for another photo assignment, B&W photos.

James23p

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Thu 29-Jun-06 12:00 PM

The D50 forum has lead the way in photo posts. I am very proud of this forum we have alot of fun and we have great photos.

So I was thinking our next assignment should be family and friends, Basically a people post. Any picture that people are the main subject. What do you all think. Kind Regards Jim

Okay BW it is great choice D50 crew!!!

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hkeynes

Guildford, UK
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#1. "RE: Are we ready for another photo assignment?" | In response to Reply # 0

hkeynes Registered since 06th Apr 2006
Thu 29-Jun-06 05:29 PM

how about a black and white assignment ??

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mfa

Pelennor Fields, US
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mfa Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Sat 01-Jul-06 03:50 PM

Great photos all around.

So what is it about B&W photography that is so appealing, even in this digital age where producing pictures with good color is much easier than it used to be?

Does the simplicity of the B&W just make your mind focus on the subject matter more instead of on the complexity of the colors?


kgendron12

Burlington, US
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kgendron12 Registered since 18th Jan 2006
Thu 29-Jun-06 07:52 PM

Sounds like a plan.

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NikonMex

Nuevo Laredo, MX
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NikonMex Registered since 07th Jun 2002
Thu 29-Jun-06 09:21 PM

Hey everyone! I just get my D50 and and I have a question about the B&W photography with the D50...How can I do that? It sounds great the assigment.

Regards from mexico!

Bertri

K1W1

Melbourne, AU
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K1W1 Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Thu 29-Jun-06 09:34 PM

>Hey everyone! I just get my D50 and and I have a question
>about the B&W photography with the D50...How can I do that?
>It sounds great the assigment.
>
>Regards from mexico!

You have to take the photo in colour then convert it to B&W with software.

etherknot

Edmonton, CA
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etherknot Registered since 14th Nov 2005
Thu 29-Jun-06 09:35 PM

Hey! I just saw this assignment and I thought the same thing.

We don't actually HAVE a Black & White shooting mode. So, shoot and then post process it in the photo editing application of choice!

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NikonMex

Nuevo Laredo, MX
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NikonMex Registered since 07th Jun 2002
Thu 29-Jun-06 09:55 PM

After I saw the answer from K1W1 I open a picture with the Picture project softwere from Nikon and it has the B&W conversion option!

Well...It is new for me...je and it looks great!

Thanks!

Bertri

hkeynes

Guildford, UK
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James23p

Memphis, US
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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Okay here's one from me. I will have more after I get home today. Great idea for a Black and White post

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James23p

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Okay one more I like this one for some strange reason. Jim

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Aphex

NL
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Aphex Registered since 30th Oct 2005
Fri 30-Jun-06 12:24 PM

edit: oh wait, it's B&W family/friends photo's. Didn't get that

jasoninak

Dale City, US
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jasoninak Registered since 24th Jan 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Here's one I took of my dad recently while I was back east for a wedding.

D50 + 50/1.8D
f/1.8
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ISO 1600

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Steve_B

US
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Steve_B Registered since 09th Mar 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Here is one I took at a recent wedding . My heart about stopped when I seen White Tux and it was an outside Wedding in Bright Sunshine .
I'm not real sure of the best way to convert to Black & White in PS-3 .

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kgendron12

Burlington, US
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kgendron12 Registered since 18th Jan 2006
Fri 30-Jun-06 09:40 PM

Here are 2. 1 of each of my kids. both taken with 50mm 1.8

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blauweiss

Woodbridge, US
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blauweiss Registered since 23rd Mar 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

My Mom (now 70) remarried in May and asked me to take pictures for her at the wedding. Was able to catch this of the groom's (now 75) granddaughter who was a flower girl.

Nikon D50
Lens: 28-80
Focal Length: 50mm
1/500 sec - F/4.5

Sharon

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chuckered

port orchard, US
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chuckered Registered since 25th Apr 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Nikon D50, Lens Nikon 28-80mm, Focal 35mm, 1/500 sec, F3.8, ISO 400, found this yesterday on my travels.

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Graceland

Memphis, US
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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Great thread. I'm cheating here, because this one was taken by my daughter's boyfriend using her D50! (I have a D70s) Not so much technically good, but while reviewing images from our recent trip I found this image (a self portrait?) of the photographer reflected in my daughter's sunglasses. Cropped extensively (as you can imagine) from a full waist-up candid portrait shot! Just thought it was interesting. Shot with Sigma 18-200 at 95mm 1/500 @ f9.

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Kadmos

Perth, AU
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Kadmos Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Grand daughter with early photo bug. Not yet with NAS bug though!

Nikon D50
Image Size: 1014 x 1527
Focal Length: 200mm
Exposure Mode: Aperture Priority
Metering Mode: Center-Weighted
1/500 sec - F/7.1
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masanz1 Registered since 06th Jun 2006
Sun 02-Jul-06 04:41 AM

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volschenkh

Stellenbosch, ZA
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volschenkh Registered since 01st May 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Ok, here is a B&W I took during March 2006. Its was at an Arts festival in the Klein Karoo, South Africa. This lady was walking around in the crowds, absorbing the sights and sounds of the festival. When I photographed her, she had this look on her face: Thus the title of of the picture: "What ya looking at?"

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volschenkh

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volschenkh Registered since 01st May 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Burned tree lying in the green pasture.

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volschenkh

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volschenkh Registered since 01st May 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

The river runs through it!

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kgreene

Beverly Hills, US
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kgreene Registered since 26th Apr 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

My son looked up for a split second before turning away to play in the pool with his brothers. Lighting is natural outdoor light, F5.6 1/100.

Kyle.
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deter

Plymouth, UK
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deter Registered since 15th May 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Concrete warships on Plymouth Hoe

D50
1/350 @ F9.5
Kit lens @ 18mm

Not tried B&W before really, still trying to get to grips with the software and I'm not one for sitting for hours in front of the computer; but it's a start.

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Manuallyfocused18

New York, US
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Manuallyfocused18 Registered since 05th Dec 2005
Mon 03-Jul-06 03:25 AM

I took this one in Washington Square Park a few months ago, when I was playing around with my new 80-200mm f2.8. It's one of my favorite shots.

"https://vspace.vassar.edu/elschaefer/Portfolio/DSC_2918%20copy.jpg?"


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Carmay

Bellingham, US
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Carmay Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Dec 2005
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

An old barn in Washington.

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F420

Jonesboro, US
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F420 Registered since 12th Jun 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

My "first" photo shoot. I shot this last weekend of my wife's friend for her engagement photo album.
40mm at F/5.6, 1/125sec

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Jonesboro, US
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F420 Registered since 12th Jun 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Another from the same time and place. Shot inside 102mm at F/5.6, 1/125sec

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deter

Plymouth, UK
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deter Registered since 15th May 2006
Wed 05-Jul-06 07:38 PM

I love this shot, keep coming back to have another look.

Thanks for sharing it.

Mark

pizzajoe62

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pizzajoe62 Registered since 20th May 2006
Thu 06-Jul-06 02:16 AM

i like it...nice moment.
BTW, nice lens.

joe

Tagz

Wyandotte, US
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Tagz Registered since 18th Feb 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

From the zoo this weekend.

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MstrBones

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MstrBones Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Dec 2005
Tue 04-Jul-06 12:57 AM

Wow!

Lots of great shots. I check in on the D50 forum from time to time and I agree, you guys post photos where it virtually never happens in the D70/s forum.

If you like the B&W medium, get your fannies over to the B&W digital and film forum and post your images! Be sure to browse around also and see works from F2's to D2x's.

http://www.nikonians.org/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.cgi?az=list&forum=DCForumID235&conf=DCConfID11

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Carmay Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Dec 2005
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Street musicians from Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA

Carole

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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006
Tue 04-Jul-06 08:15 PM

Here's a couple from my recent holiday, the sawn end of a tree-trunk at Heligan, and Merlin's Cave, at Tintagel, both in Cornwall. I think the textures in both shots work nicely.

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Full Moto Jacket

Burlington, CA
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Full Moto Jacket Registered since 24th Mar 2006
Wed 05-Jul-06 02:23 AM

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James23p

Memphis, US
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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Wed 05-Jul-06 08:38 AM

These are wonderful! The D50 forum has done it again. Great post guys I love the BW photos. Jim

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mfa

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mfa Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Wed 05-Jul-06 08:30 PM

So, nobody had a single thought on this...?

>Great photos all around.
>
>So what is it about B&W photography that is so appealing,
>even in this digital age where producing pictures with good
>color is much easier than it used to be?
>
>Does the simplicity of the B&W just make your mind focus on
>the subject matter more instead of on the complexity of the
>colors?


James23p

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004
Thu 06-Jul-06 08:46 AM

For me its the raw picture no color to distract just the subject. Plus for many it takes you back in time. BW can be very powerful. Jim

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volschenkh

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volschenkh Registered since 01st May 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Dew drops artistically collected on a feather drifting in a pond.

Nikon D50, 18-200 AF Nikkor with VRII

ExposureTime : 1/250Sec
FNumber : F22.0
ExposureProgram : Manual
ExposureBiasValue : EV0.0
MeteringMode : Division
Flash : Fired(Auto/return light detected)
FocalLength : 200.00(mm)
ExposureMode : Manual
WhiteBalance : Auto
Contrast : Normal
Saturation : Normal
Sharpness : Hard

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mfa

Pelennor Fields, US
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mfa Registered since 19th Nov 2005
Thu 06-Jul-06 08:47 PM

Very nice.

Questions: Do you always set to "Hard" sharpness, or did you select it only for this shot? Also, was this on a tripod or did the VRII do its job?

volschenkh

Stellenbosch, ZA
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volschenkh Registered since 01st May 2006
Thu 06-Jul-06 10:53 PM

Hi mfa,

On my D50 yes, the custom setting for sharpness is always on the stongest possible.

I used a tripod in this shot, so no contribution by VR technology.

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TxCarGuy

Dallas, US
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TxCarGuy Registered since 05th Mar 2006
Fri 07-Jul-06 01:24 AM

Hello everyone. Here is a picture that was taken a few weeks ago. I was asked by the brides parents to shoot candid pics while they had a hired photog for posed pics. This was taken in raw and actually looks better as a tif(converted from RAW) but I decided to make this a JPG for easier viewing on the net.
Nikon D50, Sigma 18-50mm f2.8( I LOVE this lens) @23mm,1/160, f2.8, SB800

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MotoMannequin

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MotoMannequin Moderator Awarded for his extraordinary skills in landscape and wildlife photography Nikonian since 11th Jan 2006
Sat 08-Jul-06 07:25 PM

Another great assignment from James and as usual our members do the D50 proud.

I'm a little late to this one because I've been out of town on business for weeks and I've had spotty internet access.

B&W is difficult for me for a couple reasons. First, I love landscapes with colors that really pop. I admit though that B&W can be used to a great effect, as shown in this thread. For me, a B&W photo invokes the idea of distant memory rather than a current event, and therefore I think works best on pictures of people. The 2nd problem I have with B&W is that I have a tendency to like best the first version of any photograph I see, that is if someone first shows me a B&W, then the color original, I like the B&W better, and vise-versa, and I obviously see all my shots in color first.

Anyway, this shot I took during a boat ride on Lake Luzern during my business trip in Switzerland. This zeppelin does aerial tours of the lake & surrounding mountains. The harsh mid-day sun made for a very monochromatic and IMO uninteresting shot, which along with the zeppelin being a historical airship, I thought made a good candidate for B&W.

Anyway...

D50
ISO 200
Nikkor 55-200DX @ 200mm
Hoya CPL
Aperture priority f/8
1/1250"
B&W conversion as described here: http://www.designbyfire.com/?p=17

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maralbil

CA
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maralbil Registered since 07th Jul 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

Hi everyone,

New member and 1st post. Just got the Nikon D50 and learning how to use it. Appreciate any c+c you might have.

Thanks
Mark

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Sharp30

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Sharp30 Registered since 09th Jul 2006
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:16 PM

I will make my first post a submission

I love the D50 and despite the many cameras I have used over the years... this is my favorite


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