Knockruan Loch, Campbeltown, Kintyre

The Daily Post gives some tips and advise in a Photography 101: Shooting in Black and White post however I believe it should titled shoot for black and white rather than in black in white, I feel that the experienced photographer is able to see an image in the landscape and visualise it as black and white. Personally I love black and white photo’s and I always have my camera set up for colour shooting and edit for black and white. Black and white offers so much more detail and texture and can change the mood of an image instantly when you compare it against it’s colour counterpart. However shooting in colour offers you the added choice to edit in colour should the black and white not go as planned!!!

Here is one of my favourite black and white images I took earlier in the year.

Knockruan Loch, Campbeltown, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland.
Knockruan Loch, Campbeltown, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland.

3 thoughts on “Knockruan Loch, Campbeltown, Kintyre

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    1. Thank you, very much appreciated. I do like long exposure photography, changes the mood and atmosphere of an image instantly.


      1. That’s true, long exposure brings out a different feel to a photograph. One just have to be patient enough.


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