Often when we see a landscape with a fine sky where the blues have been absorbed by the extreme red filter, have a look at the green landscape beneath (if it was green) as here the red filter will have absorbed the reflected green light in the same way as it absorbed the blue. The orange filter is a good compromise as it will not have such extreme effect on the green foliage.
I suggest that with film getting filtration right in camera is the ideal and with digital colour use 'black and white' in the image adjustment menu which will work well enough when dealing with a raw image. If you have an old film camera knocking about (which I hope you may) then how about buying a roll or two of slow-ish black and white film and making some negatives using some of the filters we have discussed here. Charlie Waite was born in 1949 and worked in British Theatre and Television for the first ten years of his professional life.
Charlie Waite is now firmly established as one of the most celebrated international landscape photographers. Your digital sensor with its colour filter array effectively acts like three strips of B&W film, one with a red filter, one with a green and one with a blue. The only filtration that makes sense to use on digital are polarizers (effect can’t be replicated in post-processing), neutral grads (maximize dynamic range without multiple exposures and HDR tomfoolery) and neutral density filters (allowing greater exposure times). Hi, Mark… It is trend for digitaly today, make anything in PC, what is better make before take pictures. Whilst I appreciate the sentiment about the purism of capturing the image as you want it the first time, the use of plain coloured filters in digital photography is an important exception to the rule.

Adding additional filters to this setup will reduce the amount of light reaching the sensor - causing longer shutter times and increased noise - without actually changing the nature of the image. You can exactly replicate the effect of plain colour filters simply by varying the mix of the R, G and B channels that make up your final monochrome image.
You accuse this of being a mathematical process rather than a physical one - but the filter is also a mathematical process in its effect. I believe one of the most important factors in creating good black and white images is to start with a subject that lends itself to monochrome in the first instance.
Nice post and I really like that concept of taking black and white photos really totally fabulous and amazing idea for the photography.
Choose the color range.Press the multi selector up or down to increase or decrease the range of similar hues that will be included in the final image. Select additional colors.To select additional colors, rotate the command dial to highlight another of the three color boxes at the top of the display and repeat Steps 3 and 4 to select another color. There are numerous ways of converting colour into monochrome but if it was the intention to make a monochrome image in the first place then hopefully, the conversion will result in parity between your previsualisation and the finished print. Whilst being a great advocator of digital capture, I would argue that the use of film (both in colour and black and white) is far from dead and anyone wishing to set off on a voyage down the black and white route, might consider those rolls of monochrome film. Do you mean really, that mathematical proces (any proces in editor with picture file) is same, like when you change with filters or lenses light condition, color spectre and time, what you give light to painting photographic picture?

In digital cameras, the colour information is recorded separately into R, G and B channels thanks to the colour filter array in front of the sensor. Many cameras meter their exposure and show you histogram information from the luminance channel only.
In post-processing, you can choose what filter to apply at your leisure, and you’re not limited to filters you own, or even filters that are available.
Gradually the landscape and the way it can be revealed to us through light and shade stole him away from the acting profession. Through his company, Light and Land the leading photographic tour company in Europe, Charlie Waite and his specialist photographic leaders, all at the very top in their field, run worldwide workshops and tours dedicated to bettering photography. The only difference between the filter and the post-processing is that the filter applies the correction in the analogue domain, and the computer does it in the digital domain.
To deselect the highlighted color, press Delete (To remove all colors, press and hold Delete.
The selected settings will continue in effect and will apply to photographs taken using the viewfinder.

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