Monochrome Madness – Landscape

Nadi Village
Nadi Village

I don’t use that many filters.. Some, I use a lot, and others, less. This is not a tool you use for “stock” kind of photography, but for the type that goes for the “fine art” style.

In this, I used an “antique dye” style filter. I did experiment with about 15 looks before settling on this one. Then, i applied a burn tool to highlight the buildings, and to darken the sky. I dodged part of the mountains, and then I was done…

It is monochrome, but a wee bit different from the norm.


    1. Thank you… I sometimes have to really play with the photo, and try and tease the light out, without being overly dramatic

  1. It’s beautiful, sometime a filter is so useful to draw extra attention to a certain aspect of a view. I agree with Nature on the Edge: to me, the one you use on this photo really highlights the masses of nature behind the collection of white buildings. The mountains and clouds and sky look larger and far more powerful than the people and their matchbox dwellings! I like it 🙂

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