Black & white filter


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Aug 11, 2009
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Hougang
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Hello photographers,

Is there a black & white filter where u take the pictures n it will automatically come out as black and white...?:sticktong

Jus wondering.......hmmmm....
 

Rashkae

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No, but your camera should have a black and white mode. I suggest you try reading your 350D's manual.
 

mikeeeey

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Is there a difference between black and white pictures from filter and those from built-in camera settings?
 

Rashkae

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Is there a difference between black and white pictures from filter and those from built-in camera settings?
Please read carefully. As stated, there IS NO filter that converts to black and white.
 

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Hougang
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No, but your camera should have a black and white mode. I suggest you try reading your 350D's manual.


Hmmm..thats interesting coz i dun realise there is this black n white mode..hehehe...will go back n check it out..Thanks!
 

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Actually, in those days of film photography, I'll load up and shoot with B&W film (i.e. equivalent to shooting in mono picture style in Canon) and then fix up the necessary filters to enhance the B&W shot. So typically, B&W photographers in those days will carry with them Yellow, Orange, Red, etc filters...some food for thought.
 

Rashkae

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Actually, in those days of film photography, I'll load up and shoot with B&W film (i.e. equivalent to shooting in mono picture style in Canon) and then fix up the necessary filters to enhance the B&W shot. So typically, B&W photographers in those days will carry with them Yellow, Orange, Red, etc filters...some food for thought.
Yup, though today's cameras can apply those filters in-camera too.
 

Aug 11, 2009
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Hougang
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Got the setting and i got my black and white!!muauhahua..

Thanks so much everyone..!!
 

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