B&W

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There are a number of fun apps dedicated to B&W on phone, my current favourite (on the iPhone) is Blackie. It's nice and simple but still having a nice range of tweaks which you can save as presets.

More recently I've started playing around with an app called Darkr which is a bit more involved - you take a picture through various camera format simulations before you head off into the darkroom to develop and print the image. Quirky and a bit of fun.

Here's one shot yesterday using Blackie on the iPhone 11. I initially intended to go for a short walk, then decided to go on a slightly longer loop, then up the next track then thought "nice evening, why not head to the top of the hill"....
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Hmmm, don't know why there are two posts the same....
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Something simple:
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Well done PC., a square in B&W is always beautiful. I like especially the first one, with those far away hills into the fog.
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