the blue filter …

For beginners with black and white photography, I have prepared a demonstration of what the blue filter will actually do with the photo …

  1. An ordinary color shot photo of a poppy

2. An ordinary BW shot photo of a poppy (I personally have nikon always switched to black and white mode)

3. An ordinary color photo of a poppy with a screw-on blue filter (In the LR program, I switched it to RGB mode. This is how a photographer sees it when shooting on analog camera )

4. Ordinary BW photo of a poppy with a screw-on blue filter (This is how I see a poppy flower on the camera screen if I have a blue filter screwed on)

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17 thoughts on “the blue filter …”

  1. So interesting and helpful. One question – If you are shooting with a DSLR and want a black and white image, do you shoot it in B&W or color and then switch to B&W?

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