A professional landscape photographer tells why and how using advanced capabilities in software can give new life to color images by converting them to black-and-white
Published January 1, 2008 Updated October 14, 2016
Whenever the terms "black-and-white" and "landscape photography" are mentioned in the same sentence, most of us conjure up the dramatic work of Ansel Adams or perhaps Edward Weston. Along with several other photographers, Adams and Weston formed the ƒ/64 group in the early 1930s and set the aesthetic standard for American photography for years to come.
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