Basic Lighting Techniques for Black and white photo - part 1
With modern fast black and white films and lenses, no photographer has to wait for bright daylight to take his black and white pictures. Flash bulbs are far and away the most popular source of artificial light among amateur black and white photographers.
Basic Lighting Techniques for Black and white photo - part 2
The flash bulb's glamorous younger cousin, electronic flash, an even more versatile and convenient light source. It, too, produces a momentary burst of light.
Six Ways to Use Flash for Black and white photo
Bounced flash: For soft natural-looking black and white Lighting , with good modeling of features, the flash unit (whether on or oft the camera) can be tilted so that its light does not reach the subject directly but is reflected off a white or light colored wall, as here, or a ceiling.
Avoiding Common Mistakes with Flash
Avoiding Common Mistakes with Flash. Flash illumination for color black and white film calls for special precautions against "redeye."
The Special Virtues of Electronic Flash for Black and White Photography
A sharp black and white image
Photo Wizardry with Flood and Flash
Today's sophisticated black and white Lighting equipment brings the world within black and white photography's reach. This black and white picture resulted from a far-out aspect of space flight research. Wizardry with Flood and Flash:
Using flash for black and white photographs
To get the picture, Morse set up three pairs of electronic flash units. That way only one pair of lights would flash each time Morse pressed the camera's shutter release.
Interplay of Light in Black and white images
First Kauffman took Polaroid black and white pictures of the individual churches and used them to compose his black and white photograph in advance, cutting out the spires from each picture and arranging and rearranging them on a large piece of paper.
Classic Black and white Lighting - Fire with Flash
Crane's two assistants, each carrying a hand-operated flash gun and a pocketful of powerful No. 22 bulbs, spread out along the rows of charred houses.
Black and white lighting with a flash for a knockout
Several flash units were mounted on the framework along with the camera; others were hung from the arena's ceiling.
How Black and White film Works - 1
How Black and White film Works - 2
Making an black and white image in Silver Gelatin
Problem of Graininess in Silver Gelatin emulsions
How Black and White film sees color
Polaroid Land black and white photographic process
Polaroid Land black and white photographic process - 2
Fitting right black and white film to the picture
Uses of Medium-Speed black and white film
Magic of Infrared Black and white film
How monochrome photographers exploit light
How to expose for a Good Black and white negative
How to expose for a Good Black and white negative - 2
How to expose for a Good Black and white negative - 3
Incident Light and Reflected Light Meters in Black and White Photography