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Anybody got more B&W images to add?

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Thirsty buffalo emerge from the forest for an early morning drink at Madikwe

 

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~ @@mmackwan

 

That's a beautiful lion portrait!

Many thanks for posting it, as many will enjoy it as I have.

Tom K.

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~ @@mmackwan

 

 

That's a beautiful lion portrait!

Many thanks for posting it, as many will enjoy it as I have.

Tom K.

 

Thanks Tom Kellie much appreciated mate !!

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Morocco, November 2015. Just getting back. What an adventure. Nikon D800 24-120 lens. The Berber nomad pouring us tea in his tent is simply edited using Snapseed on my iPad while in Morocco.

 

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Morocco, November 2015. Just getting back. What an adventure. Nikon D800 24-120 lens. The Berber nomad pouring us tea in his tent is simply edited using Snapseed on my iPad while in Morocco.

 

~ @@PCNW

 

Where in my knapsack of superlatives is there a phrase which adequately expresses my wonder and admiration for the three B & W images you've posted?

Morocco was good to you, as was the Snapseed application.

I sat here looking at your exceptional images thinking how they reminded me of the finest images that my dad pointed out to me, half a century ago, when most images were on B & W film.

The details...focus...composition — as good as it gets.

Thank you so much for sharing with Safaritalk members and visitors a glimpse of the lifestyle existing in contemporary Morocco.

With Admiration,

Tom K.

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@tomkellie that's one of the nicest, kindest things anyone has said to me. Thank you.

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Terrific images @PCNW

there's a lot more to Africa than animals

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This guy was lost in the yellow grass until I converted to B&W

 

Nikon D7100, 70-200mm F4

Nairobi NP, afternoon drive March 2015

 

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~ @@IamFisheye

 

Wow! That's a visualling compelling case for the advantage of B & W imaging in certain cases.

Very nice.

Thank you.

Tom K.

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theplainswanderer

Sepia tones - Giraffe and Lions both photographed at Hwange NP Zimbabwe 2014

Canon 7D with Canon 300 F/2.8 Mark2

 

Cheers

 

David Taylor

 

 

 

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Game Warden

Let's see some more B&W images from Africa. Don't forget to mention the post processing techniques used.

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Game Warden

@@PCNW I had missed these when you first posted, (along with many other things), absolutely stunning. That 1st and 3rd image would be incredible poster sized.

 

Matt

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theplainswanderer

Close to mum!

 

I love the Painted Horses of Africa - hope to see lots in Etosha in a couple of months time!

 

Photographed at Hwange NP, Zimbabwe 2014

 

Converted to BW using Topaz BW Filter and some adjustments in PS5

 

David Taylor

 

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Morkel Erasmus

Loved seeing everyone's creations here!

 

This is a new one of mine, from last year's Great Migration safari in the Mara Triangle.

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Morkel Erasmus

Aaah, the Mara!

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@gamewarden thank you. I rarely do but did print both. The 2nd 60 X 40 inches on canvas and it turned out better than I expected.

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Morocco, November 2015. Just getting back. What an adventure. Nikon D800 24-120 lens. The Berber nomad pouring us tea in his tent is simply edited using Snapseed on my iPad while in Morocco.

 

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These are superb images - well done!

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IamFisheye

One from this years trip to Laikipia (and it isn't a wild dog!)

 

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Nikon D7100, 70-200mm F4

@160mm, F8, 1/400, ISO200

 

 

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Mashatu - Tuli Block, Botswana

 

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Morkel Erasmus

Here's one for the theme from the Chobe river ecosystem.
Photographed mid morning from a specialised photographic boat, March 2014.

Techs:
Nikon D3s
Nikkor 500mm f4 VR-II
1.4x teleconverter
f11 | 1/1250 SS | ISO-1250

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Morkel Erasmus

"The Gauntlet"

A massive wildebeest crossing as seen from the Mara Triangle.

Very few vehicles to contend with on this side of the river makes for great opportunities like this.

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