How to cap­ture a vari­a­tion in tonal­ity

Practical Photography (UK) - - Mono Masterclass -

The most cru­cial el­e­ment to a suc­cess­ful black & white land­scape is a con­trast in the tonal­ity within a scene. This can be achieved through find­ing a land­scape that nat­u­rally con­tains a separation of dark and light tones, such as the pale trees in this dark wood­land scene (left), or shoot­ing un­der light­ing con­di­tions that pro­duce ar­eas of deep shad­ows and clear high­lights.

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