Discussion in 'Black and White' started by moho, Sep 9, 2010.
That is such a clean crisp sharp shot. I know you use a Oly E-P1 but what lens do you use? I have seen some of your Flickr shots and they are also super crisp! What's your secret??????:smile:
Thanks for those very kind comments, Andy.
This shot was taken with the 14-42 kit lens, but I also now own the Olympus 14-54 MK2 & the Panasonic 20 1.7.
I'm sometimes accused of "oversharpening"........so I'm trying to be more careful lately :smile:
I only use Picasa for PP............works for me:smile:
Other than that........I have no "secret"................some just turn out better than others
Really like this one, too, mo ho and I think whatever it is you did works perfectly with this story book church. Love that sky behind that brilliantly bright white church!
Nice! One of my favorite subjects are old churches.
So are your shots taken on a tripod/monopod or were they hand held? I don't think I have ever seen such high quality images from a E-P1 before!
Thanks very much, Andy. All my shots so far have been hand held. It's the E-PL1 that I have IO seems to work pretty well for me though
I appreciated your very much comments................moho.
Nice composition love the foreground.
Nice composition and it has the successful use of bright whites and dark blacks for a nice range (one of the key components in B&W shots imo). Cool shot.
Very crisp B&W
Separate names with a comma.