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  1. As a new member of this community, I wonder how popular black and white photos can be. I love the artistic effect it gives an image but I really wonder how many black and white photos people actually sell on SS. So I'm going to start with this photo that I just sold today (uploaded a week ago).
  2. photonice

    Fishing in Cuba

    From the album: ADVENTURE

    2009 La Habana, Cuba, Getting ready for dinner. YOUR feedback would be appreciated.

    © HHVV

  3. Here is a another one that i cropped and made B&W as rindeart did. What do you think of it? Thank you for guiding me...

    © Fernando Delgado Lopes

  4. Hi! I would like to know your opinion. This sort of images are worth to be uploaded here in Shutterstock? I have doubts regarding permisions because is a public building. Thanks a lot!
  5. From the album: XA_Gallery

    I don't do much B&W but decided to try my hand at converting this image. Is it too noisy? (shot at ISO 400) Is it sharp enough? Other criticisms/suggestions? Thank you for looking and commenting.

    © © Xavier Ascanio

  6. This site is interesting. Black and White shots in Germany by photographer Emil Otto Hoppe (from the twenties.) http://monovisions.com/emil-otto-hoppe-the-german-work/
  7. From the album: My Pics

    Old store in Brazoria, Texas.

    © Michael D Winters 2015

  8. For those who may not have seen this have a look at these. http://gizmodo.com/yale-just-released-170-000-incredible-photos-of-depress-1734717547?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow
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