Black and White

Carrie Furnaces in Black and White, Rankin, Pennsylvania

Blast furnace, Carrie Furnaces, Rankin, Pennsylvania

The Carrie Furnaces were built in 1884 and operated until 1982 as pat of the Homestead Steel Works. Located in the town of Rankin, Pennsylvania, these derelict blast furnace are one of those run down areas that any visitor to the Pittsburgh area with an interest in history should visit. During the peak production period, […]

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Canal Trees in France – Black & White

Canal du Nivernais, Burgundy, France

I’ve been interested in picking up Nik’s Silver Efex Pro 2 for a few years now to bring the black & white darkroom into my computer and finally had a chance. For those that don’t know about Silver Efex, it’s a well respected software designed specifically for producing stunning black and white imagery from your […]

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Revisiting your photography archive

Carrillo Beach, Samara, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Often after returning from a trip or event I spend little time actually looking through images and picking the keepers. There are a number of reasons for this, the primary reason being lack of time. Typically my work flow allows me to process the photographs I require for a project or story and then move […]

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The Power of Black & White In Adobe Lightroom & Beyond (A MASTER CLASS)

Exceptional black and white travel photography by Piet Van den Eynde

The Power of Black & White In Adobe Lightroom & Beyond (A MASTER CLASS) by Piet Van den Eynde – E-book Review For a number of years black and white photography seemed to slip away a little as the transformation from film to digital was taking place. While this certainly wasn’t the first time black […]

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France in Black and White

Eglise Saint-Etienne, Nevers, France

I shot a number of photographs today but I really don’t think they will be of much interest to most people. For this reason I have revisited some images from France that are visibly more pleasing than floor joists in my boat. I’ve been looking through images the past few weeks with a renewed interest […]

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