Winter Roads

Feb 21, 2021,19:34 PM

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Very Nice

 By: sschew : February 21st, 2021-19:46
If you don't mind me asking where is that? It looks very much like Northern Ontario. Beautiful pictures regardless.

Rural Pennsylvania

 By: EinPa : February 21st, 2021-20:19


 By: sschew : February 21st, 2021-21:19
Thanks. Again nice photos!

I wil miss the winter

 By: Weems@8 : February 22nd, 2021-03:16
What a nice pictures. Goodbye winter wonderland while the sun is melting the snow ❄️☃️⛷

Lovely photos...

 By: nacelle : February 22nd, 2021-09:17


 By: PalmSprings : February 22nd, 2021-09:41
Were these shot B/W immediately with the camera or were they edited from a coloured picture to B/W?

I’m using a digital camera

 By: EinPa : February 22nd, 2021-11:35
Unlike film cameras, all digital cameras capture all data. It doesn’t matter (to me) if it’s presented as color or black and white. That’s just the choice of the photographer as is the crop.


 By: EinPa : February 22nd, 2021-12:48
Any photo you take can be presented in the other format. You can “take it” in BW and present it in color or vice versa. So while I took them in black and white, the camera was also taking them in color. The processor collects all data available to it. ... 


 By: PalmSprings : February 23rd, 2021-11:17
I was wondering if the B/W from the camera would be more 'pure', detailed than a filter added on a computer. The picture looks really vibrant even though it's black and white, which I like. I assumed a filter would be more work to alter and get this effec... 

I believe that the camera software simply

 By: EinPa : February 23rd, 2021-15:32
Desaturates the RBG based on the pixel data. The sensor collects the data and the filter ignores it. This would be the same pre or post processing as I understand it. So taking a photo in color and desaturating it post hoc would be the same on principal a... 

Superb pics, really well captured !

 By: Mike H : February 24th, 2021-14:25
Thanks for sharing!