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    Accidental BW

    This hasn't happened to me for a long, long time...
    At Schiphol airport, awaiting a business trip (see my London entry at the color section) I loaded a roll of film.
    But s I was a little hasty to get some airport shots, I loaded a roll of B&W, Kodak Tmax 400.
    And I only noticed when I took the exposed roll :-/ out

    So much for my reputation of an experienced and attentive photographer ;D

    But Anyway, here are two shots, first of the airport library, which was new to my, I don't fly that often.
    As always, the 6X6 superwide exaggerates perspective, if you look good you see someone reading in the back.
    In reality this person was only 1.5 meters away...

    I should do this more often, B&W work.Intentionally !
    Although I threw away my darkroom stuff, the Tmax is good in the scanner

    Cheers, Danny
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    Accidental BW

    A waiting lounge.
    people walking by hastily, so no-one kept on film...
    A bit grey, I have to learn levels a bit more :-) Attached files

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    Accidental BW

    By omitting the colours forms, shapes, light and shadow will be important. I think b&w fits well to the subjects above.

    A little bit shifting "levels" improves your second picture easily. Danny, I hope you don't mind I adjusted the levels in your picture. Attached files

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    Accidental BW

    I like your B&W side Danny. 1.5 meters....that is wide!

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