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  • [Pictures] Disneyland in Black and White

    Just something started doing idly, as no longer use a film camera much and don't have access to a darkroom setup (though I am trained in such and used to hand-developing). Trying to replicate the look of actual print-based black and white film starting with digital, with varying success...just amusing anyway and sometimes black and white images are nice. More to come as I feel like tinkering....enjoy!









    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Great photo's! I love black and white, that's what I started out in and it's still my favorite! :-)
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      And a few more...







      when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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        Very nice! I especially love the near-abstraction of the Teacups image.

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        • #5
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          The Black and white makes the park look so nostilagic and somehow even more magical...

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            Not bad at all.
            People aren't successful because they have never failed.....they are successful because failing hasn't stopped them.

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              Great pictures! I think the black and white fits the whole west side of the park very well!

              A suggestion? maybe add some dust specks to the photos to make them seem aged? might be a fun thing to do.

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              • #8
                Re: Disneyland in Black and White

                Beautiful photos; black and white are my favorite as well. Can't wait for more!!

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                  Re: Disneyland in Black and White

                  Originally posted by Dick O Dell View Post
                  Great pictures! I think the black and white fits the whole west side of the park very well!

                  A suggestion? maybe add some dust specks to the photos to make them seem aged? might be a fun thing to do.
                  Thank you! And actually, they already do have some "noise" like you get in real developing, but if make it more than subtle, really does detract from the image...looks digital and fake.
                  when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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                    Ilove the pictures. I think blak and whit is becoming a lost artty form. I think turning Goofy's flight school into a black and white dark coaster would have been a cool way to go.
                    Dave

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                      Great eye. The effects are definitely nice, but the angle and choice of shot is excellent.

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                        cool pics!

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                          As always RB, most excellent shots. Black and white shots always give the place a timeless feel.

                          Took some shots of BTMRR a couple years back with the sepia setting and those just turned out amazing.
                          "The old man's gonna knock on the sky. Listen to the sound."

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                            Is there water coming out of the Big Thunder flume into the pond? Would love to see the sepia's you mentioned taking. PD

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                              Love the pictures!!! My favorite so far is the lantern in the foreground and the Mark twain in the distance. Just awesome!

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