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A landscape of the Karoo taken in the Karoo National Park earlier this month. I found it very difficult to capture the beauty of the Karoo in a photo but quite like this B&W effort! :-)

Nikon D610 and Nikkor 24-120mm lens (@24mm), ISO 100, f/13, 1/125 sec.

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That is beautiful @Davesg!

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Another B&W elephant shot but different! Timbavati Feb 2018 in very dull light.

 

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Same as above as High Key Edition

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pomkiwi

Another animal that I find a B&W conversion very effective for in poor light is a leopard:

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Taken in the Timbavati with my usual D500 and 80-400mm lens @80mm, f7.1, 1/1000 sec, ISO400.

 

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Zubbie15

I've been reprocessing a few images from my last safari as B&W, I think I like them somewhat better this way (although I probably shrunk them down too much for this site, as the skies are appearing pixelated on my monitor).  From the Serengeti/Ndutu, a couple of years ago. All Canon 6D and 70-200 f/4.

 

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@Zubbie15 Lovely images and they look fine to me on a laptop over breakfast :)

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