3 Black & White for C&C

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  1. sleist

    sleist Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Hi all,

    Processed using digiKam and GIMP:

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    Thanks in advance for your comments!

    Steve
     
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    I like them all. I think they have great contrast, which is what I love about good B&W shots. I would have like to seen clouds on the first one though.(not sure if there even were any to see) I also like the angles and perspective of the 1st and 3rd. I also think that the depth of field works great on the second photo. My particular favorite is the first one because of the angle and perspective. Overall, great shots.
     
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    1) i can see you!
    2) cool art
    3) wish the sky was more interesting...
     
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    Thanks much! I used the Tokina 11-16 for 1 and 3. Great lens. The sky in 1 is the weakest part, but it was hazy sun.

    Thanks again!
     
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    But I have my tinfoil hat on so you can't see what I'm thinking. ;)

    It's part of the signage for a boutique in Rockport, MA.

    Me too, but it's better that in the first photo.

    Thanks!
     
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    I like them all but my favorite is #1.
    I only wish that you would have cloned yourself out of the reflection in the car bumper and blocked the license plate number.
     
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    I LOVE number 1. Of course you need to clone yourself out:p. I wanted this lens before but now I really have lens envy, next year.
     
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    Clone myself out - agreed. I knew it was there, but didn't care enough for forum posting. If I print it, it will be erased ;)

    Not sure I get the whole license plate thing. The car was in a parking lot, seen by hundreds of people. It gets driven on the road seen by thousands of people - just like your car and my car. If I was filming an event where I needed to "protect the innocent", then I would agree.
     

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