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We’re obsessed with black-and-white this month – but what are our favourite subjects?
Chris George Editor | D800 & D200 firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve got a special on black-andwhite on page 26. I grew up with HP5 and red filters, but still love shooting stormy skies in moody shades of dark grey!
Roddy Llewellyn Art Editor | D90 email@example.com
American and Australian landscapes. The skies, and the scale of the natural features, can lead to some amazing black-and-white shots.
Angela Nicholson Head of Testing | D7100 firstname.lastname@example.org
I shoot subjects with shadows in black-and-white. Taking out the colour allows you to remove distractions and emphasise variations in light levels.
Miriam McDonald Operations Editor | D3100 email@example.com
Anything with a strong texture works brilliantly in monochrome, so I love macros of wool and fabric. You can get brilliant abstracts from them.
Rod Lawton Technique Editor | D300s firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s got to be architecture – whether it’s rough stone, gleaming glass or black ironwork, every building looks its best in a monochrome picture.
Siân Lewis Staff Writer | D3100 email@example.com
I love shooting monochrome portraits, as black-and-white adds a really timeless feel to people shots. It’s easy to do in-camera, too.