I am currently using a slightly out-of-date Panasonic Lumix GX8 camera - but like quite a few Lumixes I've used in the past, it features some nifty in-camera monochrome 'styles'. Which, to be honest, most of the time I never use - I've always tended to do monochrome conversions from RAW files...
With virtually no photography under ny belt in the last few months I've been experimenting with the jpeg settings in camera, initially on my Leica D-Lux typ 109. These are some results from the monochrome photo style setting with some tweaks to contrast. They have had minimal processing in GIMP...
The challenge starts today and ends on Saturday, March 7, 2020.
This challenge's theme is Monochrome. That means various shades of a single color. It includes Black & White (shades of gray), but could be shades of any color you want, just not multiple colors ("mono" means one, afterall).
It's been a month since my transition from 35 to 50mm. I've also been experimenting in SilverEfex Pro. Wanted to share some images with all of you; taken with Leica M (typ 246).
Feedback/Questions always welcome!