B&W: Words/No Words

Aug 27, 2013
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
It looks like you're bonding quite well, with the Pen-f. I like what I'm seeing, Miguel!
Thank you, David. I'm finding it's a truly fun camera to shoot with...and one with a different feel than some of my other cameras. Which is not to say that it will replace them (though it definitely replaced my Rx1r, with zero regrets) - but it just seems to have a silent way of begging one to pick it up and shoot with, if you know what I mean? ;)
 

donlaw

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Sep 14, 2012
Texas
Don
Damn...! another great shot, Don :) but - yes, seriously .... I love this image too. And its subtle-but-effective monochrome processing. It's really, really nice.
Thank Miguel, I am finding this original CCD monochrome has a really great way of rendering. And I really appreciate you taking time to comment! Oh, and I have admired your images from the PenF. That is a camera I am really tempted to try. I still use the EP-5 sometimes and like both the size and results. But it might be time to update if I find a good price.
 
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theoldsmithy

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Jan 7, 2013
Cheshire, England
Martin Connolly
Thanks Rene I always shoot classic chrome sometimes I like it more than B/W but that's not very often 😉 I forgot to say I use silver effix and Topaz B/W.
I’ve been meaning to ask the same question myself, Leeland. Interesting that you use Topaz. I used to use that, but I’d moved to using either Silver Efex, Tonality or just the Lightroom mono profiles. I might give Topaz another try!
 
Mar 23, 2018
Cornwall
Lee
I’ve been meaning to ask the same question myself, Leeland. Interesting that you use Topaz. I used to use that, but I’d moved to using either Silver Efex, Tonality or just the Lightroom mono profiles. I might give Topaz another try!
Yes Martin I just find Topaz a bit quicker than Silver Efex but in the mane I think Silver Efex is better.
 

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