Here is one called "Iron Bridge" in Shropshire in England, a historical monument. I think everyone knows the history behind thi Bridge !
The photo was taken with LTMS (Luminous Tone Multi Spectrum) converted GXR's A12M mount to produce the Black and white photo with luminous tonal quality. All the filters inside the A12 M mount were removed leaving just the sensor and the clear Bayer's glass that is fixed in front of the sensor. The lens used is Voigtlander 21mm f4 skopar at f8.
This was taken as a JPG format. In theory, if someone took this photo in RAW format then desaturated it in post processing, the tonal quality could have been enhanced, even further. Personally, I am not clever at post processing myself, so tend to take photos in JPG formats alone.
PS: Sorry, I could not send the attachment with this one first time
- Famous Iron bridge in Shropshire.JPG (521.63 KiB) Viewed 1424 times
- Image taken on: Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:12 pm
- Focus length: 18.3 mm
- Shutter speed: 1/143 Sec
- F-number: F/8
- ISO speed rating: 200
- Whitebalance: Manual
- Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
- Camera-model: GXR A12
- Exposure program: Aperture priority
- Exposure bias: 0 EV
- Metering mode: Center-weighted average