This happened a while back -- almost two weeks ago -- and I've kinda been sitting on the idea of doing them in Black and White. Well, I finally decided and finished them today. I'm also trying something new with the border and "fancy dancy" copyright text. Enjoy :-)BTW. If the full size model of the AVRO Arrow that they built is true to scale, that thing must have been HUGE....Absolutely massive for it's time.
This is what happens when I really like something (B&W) and get to have a uninterrupted 5 day holiday (been slacking-off since thursday....hehehe). These shots were taken during the TPMG's (Toronto Photographers Meetup Group) recent meetup at the Distillery District. Originally in colour, I have to admit that the B&W treatment is more appropriate IMHO. Anyways, comment away......Do you like it B&W (ie: period like)? or Colour (ie: Touristy)? The complete set is here.
So I finally got around to try my hand at Digital B&W -- shots taken in colour originally, then converted to B&W -- and I have to admit that I've really enjoyed it. Not quite the old film experience (I think it might have something to do with the missing odours :-)), but it's pretty cool nevertheless. Here is a sampling of our Film Noir style shoot from last Thursday night at the studio. You can have a look at the complete set here.