B/W Portraits

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  1. Professional

    Professional New Member

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    I love portraits in Black & White as i love it in color, but i will post here only B&W portraits, and anyone is welcome to post as well!
     

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  2. Professional

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    One more
     

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  3. DimitrisDelta

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    Shot with 500C/M | Planar 80 CT* on Ilford Delta 100

    Comments and critique are higlhy appreciated
     

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  4. fenderbja

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    I love the tones. You retained very delicate highlights in the dress and skin, a must in my book. The subjects pose feels natural and not at all contrived. She's well framed by the large window, maybe move her to the left a little so she's not so "bulls eyed". I think that would compliment the dark crack in the wall on the right... but that's getting pretty picky.

    Good work, love the image.
     
  5. DimitrisDelta

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    Thank you very much for the comments Brandon. They are higlhy appreciated.

    One more, same location and model, different view
     

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  6. fenderbja

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    Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm - 150mm lens with Tri-X400 EI800 - Processed with Diafine
     

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  7. bigalbest

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    v_9_bw.jpg

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  8. bc_the_path

    bc_the_path New Member

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    Three portraits for comments and advice

    Some of my first XP2 Super portraits with Hasselblad 500 C/M.
    The lens is 150mm f/4 in all of them.

    Details are as follows:

    ...1 : Open shade. Hand held. Slight toning.

    ...3 : Shade. Hand held. Strong toning (different from above).

    ...5 : Inside. On tripod. No toning.

    Thanks for taking a look at.
     

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  9. Victorh

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    Framing, tone and pose, as near to perfection as you can possibly get!

    Thanks for showing these.


    Vic.
     

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