b&w silhouettes

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  1. photobug

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    Playing with a couple of the Seattle shots and come up with these.

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  2. John E.

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    8) pics, very interesting effect.
     
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    did you simply do an inverse filter or something in photoshop? i bet you could get some interesting things using that trick....
     
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    Thanks guys!

    Dan, I used the Image | Adjustments | Threshold widget and adjusted to taste.
     
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    well it tastes good
     
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    ahh, yes, that good ole seattle center.. theres always good things to shoot there..
     
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    Cool effect. :)
     
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    hmm, image>ajustments>threshold, ive used that before to make a logo for some site. those shots are pretty nice, i love the second one
     

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