Funny, so close and yet unnoticed.
Don’t get passed me.
I kind of liked how I framed this.
Nice character and talked a lot to me. Wondered if the light was not too difficult? “Don’t worry!”
All photographs by Wouter Brandsma
Wouter, i like this series a lot. The last one is a good example of how you can do high contrast with the GRD3 and yet keep good mid-tones.
And even better, I used the in-camera B&W jpegs with maximum contrast and edited these in Photoshop. Still remarkable how much mid-tones there in the jpegs.
Do you shoot starting off in B&W or convert after? I assume the former.
I shoot both RAW and B&W jpeg, but do really like the B&W jpegs. As mentioned above, all these photographs (and in the next post) are the in-camera jpegs with a bit of editing in Photoshop.
Wouter, the photo with the conductor silhouetted in the doorway and the passengers on the left is just superb.
Beyond your customary excellence in photography, the camera was really working well for these.
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