6 Free eBooks on Black & White Photography
What makes black and white photography so fascinating? Perhaps it is the abstractness that it brings to photos that makes reality appear in a totally different light.
Ever wondered why some photos look better in black and white than others? And can simply converting an image to black and white be enough of a step in creating black and white photography?
If black and white photography interests you and you’d like some help getting started with it, do check out the free guides from our library listed below.
(Note: If you’d like to dive deeper into black and white photography, do take a look at our best-selling Better Black and White guide.)
Download now → In this guide, you’ll learn the basics of black and white photography. You’ll get to know what a monochromatic image is and how tone is different from color, and the various steps in converting a color image to black and white.
Download now → Some photos work better in black and white than others. Choosing whether a photograph should be in color or black and white can be a tricky situation for many. This guide will help you understand better.
Download now → Black and white is the foundation of the art of photography. Even in this digital era, understanding how to take good grayscale images can be a cornerstone to our photographic experience. This guide will help you develop the skill of seeing in B&W.
Download now → Learning to ‘see’ in black and white can help you make more compelling monochrome images. Discerning color hues will help you translate them into exciting grayscale tones. Let this guide help you get started.
Download now → From the importance of creating mood, to how to identify a potential subject, to the different options for converting color photos into black and white, it’s all here in this guide to help you produce stunning and artistic results.
Download now → In the words of author Angela Fulks, “Using black and white photography to enhance the emotional, quirky, and behind-the-scenes moments of every wedding that I photograph has become my calling card.”
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If you’d like to learn how to create memorable black and white images – with a step by step guide covering everything you need to know, do take a look at Kent DuFault’s eBook Better Black and White. You will learn how to evaluate a color scene for tone and how to convert an image to B&W, in a step-by-step process. Click here now to check it out.
It covers all of the Adobe products: Photoshop, Lightroom, and Elements. Plus it includes a free set of royalty-free textures so you can experiment with some creative compositions.
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