I can't even remember if I've used that as a posting title before. At any rate, the internets did not append a number on the end, so perhaps I haven't?
And we are talking about photographic infatuation here. What were you expecting? :-P
Nope, this is just color images converted to black and white. There are dozens, if not thousands of ways to do this and I have not explored them all. I have managed to keep track of the ones I like and secret them away. It might be simpler if I had a dedicated monochrome camera, but those are outrageously expensive. (Leica and medium format digital)
Anyway, here is the process I would normally use:
Amanda LeeLux 2 Shoot, Powell, Ohio. Nothing wrong with that. (I'm not divulging the secret family recipe for it, either) But it looks kind of light and airy compared to the next one.
Valerie GAt The Dawes Arboretum I think this one is more faithful to some of the films I used back in the day. It's astounding how much more shadow detail modern film (what's left of it) and digital can capture.
I never thought I would get to the point in my digital era where I would be looking to remove source material from an image.
But there you have it.
Two things to note here . . . I may tire of it sooner rather than later, and I haven't as yet tried this recipe on a landscape image.
But I like it enough to add another image to the post just because I find them so visually appealing right now.
Siochán leat, S.E.G.
I miss you, Pop!