Sunday, June 23, 2013

Black and White Photography

Executive summary By Darmansjah

EXCEPT dramatic, black-and-white photos are often able to create a character and a deeper impression of the object. Hence easily understandable, although the present camera capable of producing images with richer colors, black-and-white photography still persist and interest many people.

For those of you who are interested and want to get the black and white photographs are more optimal, the following could be a reference.

1. Seeing in black and white objects. Before shooting, try to imagine the object to be shot in black and white because of the impression that appears in the photo is very likely to be different colors when converted to black and white. Pay attention to the shape, lines, up-dimensional objects and other things around him to be able to get the composition or the angle of neat.

2. Shooting in color mode. A digital camera is capable of recording images in some fashion, whether it be color, black and white, and sepia. Well, when they want to make black and white photos, it is recommended to shoot in color mode, while the conversion of black and white to be done on the computer. It is intended, among others so you can have two files at once, the color version and black and white.

3. Using the ISO. For those of you who want to minimize the noise, use a low ISO when shooting. Conversely those who want to be creative and feel more artsy picture with noise, use a high ISO to get it.

4. Contrast. About the contrast between black and white or light and dark, very dependent on individual taste. Photos that are too contrasting tastes may not be able to meet the people who see it, did the opposite. Looking at some examples photo before shooting could be a reference to be able to get a photo that really liking the heart.

5. Light. To get good lighting, try to get  side lighting. The move is intended among other things to be able to get a slick shadow of the object. This kind of light can be found in the early morning or late afternoon.

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