A black and white assortment

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Toaster, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. Toaster

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    Laurel Hill Cemnetary in the winter snow. Philadelphia, last year.



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    The SS United States rusting on the Philadelphia waterfront. 2006


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    My oldest daughter Jessica, posing with Ka the Ball Python in the yard last year.
     
  2. neptune000

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    it would have been better to have the pics in a smaller size,
    that said, the first pic, the acttual subject(s), the headstones are out of focus.
    and the colors of the python look artificial!
     
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    The first photo would look better if the fence was not in the bottom and less grainy. But still beautiful. As far as you snake pic WHOA, scary! lol.
     
  4. claytonkaras

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    Best way to work the color in the snake photo without making it look artificial is to Duplicate the original color layer... making the bottom photo in color .... then with the top layer convert to B/W .....remove the b/w off the snake with the eraser tool for basic beginners thats easiest way.
    But if you know your way around photoshop then use a layer mask instead and erase the b/w (top print)out of the snake ...... the color photo will be under the b/w will bring out the color of the snake.
     

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