B/W Horses

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  1. bradster76

    bradster76 TPF Noob!

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    Some b/w's I took a couple weeks back of some nice horses, and one on an old building. Hope you like them!

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  2. HailttRedskins

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    That last one seemed to be looking at you.

    Also there is a B/W Section for future reference if you want to post there.

    Like the shots though.
     
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    Some nice shots, but they all seemed kind of washed out... makes me wonder if your monitor settings are off?
     
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    I love the second one, I think they do look a little washed out, but I really think it works.
     
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    TY everyone. I thought the samething, because they don't look washed out like that on the thumbnail sheet or on paper....strange. When I put them on my computer to upload to the Photobucket....even before I put them in....they looked different on my screen. I don't use any software so I didn't screw them up, lol. :confused: Oh well, just as long as they still look decent.... *sigh*, computers.
     
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    I agree with everybody around here in that most shots seem to be washed out, with the sky blown out white.

    I just wish you had captured the whole body of the black horse in #2. It's like these two animals were posing for you, asking to be pictured tail against tail.
     
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    I actually sort of like it that the dark horse is cut off in #2. It is almost like a creative shadow or something- leaves you wondering and wanting more, which I've always felt is good in a photo :)
     

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