Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Chris of Arabia, Apr 20, 2009.
Seen in Stanley, Hong Kong Island
Could it be all these lines are a little chaotic? :scratch:
What lovely conversion (and I take it this IS a conversion and not a photo taken on B&W film to begin with?)! Interesting contrasts.
But I really don't know what "Banyan" means???
I can see the chaotic, but more than that, I see the very strong vertical lines. I love how you can peer into the image and see another little detail that you hadn't noticed previously - that's rather more prevalent in the original RAW than perhaps here. So yes, it is a conversion from a shot taken on the 350D.
As for banyan, all is explained over here --> banyan
nice how you just commented on your own photo. if you say it's good, than it must be true
Did I just say all that? :scratch: Heck, the telepathy must have kicked in again... :goodvibe:
i also like the strong vertical lines and detail
it's abstract but you can still tell what it is
Love the abstract feel!!! Did you use flash?
No, no flash involved in this, though I can see why you might have thought that. The effect here is just down to the colour of the tree bark, the depth of the shadow areas and the processing.
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