Landscape B&W

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Errol
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Landscape B&W

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Hi all, great to see there is a forum on BWVision.

I have been toying with the idea of using Joel's techniques on a Landscape photograph. I see there are sections for Architecture and for Portrait but none for Landscape.

Is anyone aware of any photographers taking this approach?

Errol
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Errol wrote: Sun May 23, 2021 2:29 pm Hi all, great to see there is a forum on BWVision.

I have been toying with the idea of using Joel's techniques on a Landscape photograph. I see there are sections for Architecture and for Portrait but none for Landscape.

Is anyone aware of any photographers taking this approach?

Errol
Errol,

I've created various videos in which I demonstrate how to use the panel and my techniques on landscapes and still life for example. It's a misunderstanding of my technique to assume that it can only be applied to architecture. I would recommend watching the two 3-hour webinars on the panel that I did last year. Don't worry, the recorded webinars have detailed time-stamps and chapters so you can easily look up what you need. You can find the webinars in this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... OSgptM6-qJ - the first two webinars have timestamps, the other videos will follow. There's also this shorter video that's about processing a tree with the panel: https://youtu.be/BPAGyxeJqbA?list=PLjDo ... eguJg4V4q6
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Re: Landscape B&W

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Thank you Joel.

It wasn't that I didn't think your techniques applied to Landscapes it's just that I had not seen many examples of that.

Thank you for posting those videos I can't wait to start using the techniques on woodland still life and wider landscapes. I already have a fed ideas in mind.

Thanks
Errol
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