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Queenie in Black and White by Hillie Delicioso on Flickr.
Mayra Garcia black and white lingerie 2 by Ricardo Carreon on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Model: Mayra García
Post-processing: Ivan Matuck
Shot on location on Saltillo, Coahuila, México.

Mayra Garcia black and white lingerie 2 by Ricardo Carreon on Flickr.

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Model: Mayra García
Post-processing: Ivan Matuck
Shot on location on Saltillo, Coahuila, México.

Hippie Me (in Black and White) by Yhel - catching up on my UPLOADS! :) on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Having fun using different processing over my photos. I love photo booth eventhough the photos appears noisy.
Enjoy scrolling down.

Hippie Me (in Black and White) by Yhel - catching up on my UPLOADS! :) on Flickr.

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Having fun using different processing over my photos. I love photo booth eventhough the photos appears noisy.
Enjoy scrolling down.

Black and White Pepper by Stevpas68 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Pug Puppy

Black and White Pepper by Stevpas68 on Flickr.

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Pug Puppy

Pokémon Black and White Event by Steve aka Dj MiD-WAy on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Team Rocket is up to no good, you can just tell by the looks on their faces.

Pokémon Black and White Event by Steve aka Dj MiD-WAy on Flickr.

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Team Rocket is up to no good, you can just tell by the looks on their faces.

Pokémon Black and White Event by Steve aka Dj MiD-WAy on Flickr.Via Flickr:
The Pokémon event, which was held for the release of the Black & White games, was held earlier in March and in colder weather.  It was also a very overcast day which was much different than the other events.

Pokémon Black and White Event by Steve aka Dj MiD-WAy on Flickr.

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The Pokémon event, which was held for the release of the Black & White games, was held earlier in March and in colder weather. It was also a very overcast day which was much different than the other events.

Black and White Soi Dogs in Thailand by farangrakthai on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Young Bangkok kid wondering why a black dog is the mother of a white dog in Mukdahan - Canon 7D with Canon lens 24-105mmeurasienthai.com/un-sejour-dans-la-campagne-thailandaise/

Black and White Soi Dogs in Thailand by farangrakthai on Flickr.

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Young Bangkok kid wondering why a black dog is the mother of a white dog in Mukdahan - Canon 7D with Canon lens 24-105mm
eurasienthai.com/un-sejour-dans-la-campagne-thailandaise/

Black and White Tulip by Photos by Enzo D. on Flickr.Via Flickr:
better on black, press “L”

Black and White Tulip by Photos by Enzo D. on Flickr.

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better on black, press “L”

Black and White Dyeing Poison Dart Frog by fergusonjlf on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Taken in the Tropical Rainforest exhibit at the National Aquarium in Baltimore

Black and White Dyeing Poison Dart Frog by fergusonjlf on Flickr.

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Taken in the Tropical Rainforest exhibit at the National Aquarium in Baltimore

Tunnel View In Black and White by WJMcIntosh on Flickr.Via Flickr:(Please hit the “L” key on your keyboard for full effect.)
We had high hopes as we set out from Mariposa last Saturday morning at 6:30 AM.  We knew we would miss the sunrise, but as it was pouring down snow when we took off, we thought we would be able to catch the park just as the storm was clearing. 
As we drove through Fish Camp, we passed several drivers who were crazy enough to try that drive without chains, and someone spun out and crashed directly in front of us.   The snow had just stopped, and everything was pure white in all directions.   But as we pulled into the Ranger check point, my heart sank as we were told that the road was closed over Badger Pass as the plows couldn’t keep up with the deep snow at the higher elevations.  They had no estimate on when they would re-open the road. 
Hoping for the best, we drove on.  We stopped at the Wawona Hotel, and I shot like a maniac as we waited for the road to open.  And waited…and waited…
But it never opened.  We finally gave up around noon, and drove alllll the way back down through Oakhurst to highway 140 and tried it again.  I knew we had just missed the park with what could have been the most pristine conditions of the year, but better late than never.  Quite a bit of snow had already melted away from the valley floor, but I was relieved that there still seemed to be plenty of snow left on the shady side of the park as we finally made it up to the tunnel view by 2:30 PM.  
And as I was taking these shots, I glanced back in time to see a huge line of cars coming up Hwy 41 through the tunnel.  Doh!   The moral of the story?  The early bird gets to waste six hours trying to get into the park because he was stupid enough to take Hwy 41 when it was snowing. 
Having got that off my chest, I should point out that I went with black and white with this shot as the valley was already nearly black and white as I shot this.   The sun had been out all morning, but was now hidden behind the clouds as another round of snow showers was moving in behind us.   This also gave me an opportunity to try out Nik Silver Effects Pro for the first time. 
Shot with the Sigma 10-20.

Tunnel View In Black and White by WJMcIntosh on Flickr.

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(Please hit the “L” key on your keyboard for full effect.)

We had high hopes as we set out from Mariposa last Saturday morning at 6:30 AM. We knew we would miss the sunrise, but as it was pouring down snow when we took off, we thought we would be able to catch the park just as the storm was clearing.

As we drove through Fish Camp, we passed several drivers who were crazy enough to try that drive without chains, and someone spun out and crashed directly in front of us. The snow had just stopped, and everything was pure white in all directions. But as we pulled into the Ranger check point, my heart sank as we were told that the road was closed over Badger Pass as the plows couldn’t keep up with the deep snow at the higher elevations. They had no estimate on when they would re-open the road.

Hoping for the best, we drove on. We stopped at the Wawona Hotel, and I shot like a maniac as we waited for the road to open. And waited…and waited…

But it never opened. We finally gave up around noon, and drove alllll the way back down through Oakhurst to highway 140 and tried it again. I knew we had just missed the park with what could have been the most pristine conditions of the year, but better late than never. Quite a bit of snow had already melted away from the valley floor, but I was relieved that there still seemed to be plenty of snow left on the shady side of the park as we finally made it up to the tunnel view by 2:30 PM.

And as I was taking these shots, I glanced back in time to see a huge line of cars coming up Hwy 41 through the tunnel. Doh! The moral of the story? The early bird gets to waste six hours trying to get into the park because he was stupid enough to take Hwy 41 when it was snowing.

Having got that off my chest, I should point out that I went with black and white with this shot as the valley was already nearly black and white as I shot this. The sun had been out all morning, but was now hidden behind the clouds as another round of snow showers was moving in behind us. This also gave me an opportunity to try out Nik Silver Effects Pro for the first time.

Shot with the Sigma 10-20.