A Frost on the Fence

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Goldeeno, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. Goldeeno

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    Well like "Ernie", i too was out this morning, in the fog and frost and i really enjoyed my very fresh trip out.
    I ended up with this one, and wondered what you guys think. Ive changed the contrast a bit and when processing the RAW file applied a few filters when changing to Black and White. Any thoughts?

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    Cheers
     
  2. Sideburns

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    This one I really like. You did a wonderful job here. Keep it up.
     
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    good shot. nice angle
     
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    I really like this! the conversion looks great, would you be able to explain how you did in more depth


    btw I love the way the fence leads your eye through the photo
     
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    I like the shot but its just a little too gray for me...
     
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    I like it, but that tree in front of the picture seems to be a bit blurry, no?
     
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    I agree with above... did you have a tripod?

    would be PERFECT if the whole thing was in focus which is hard to do with angled lines like that.
     
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    Great Picture! very insightful, however I feel that the tree in the foreground should be more in focus and perhaps the aperture should be more open 1 or 2 stops.
    the changes made to the contrast are pretty exact, i like it.
     
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    nice
     

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