Boys in Nicaragua and Costa Rica

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  1. mdw

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    Hey guys,

    These are some photos I've made in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. I'm kind of struggling with the black and white conversion though. What do you think of them?
    Number 3 I really like and is the Spotlight of January on my website now. Also number 1 I really like.

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    Thanks for your comments!
     
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    47 views, yet no one has an opinion?! :er:
     
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    you did very well in the b&w conversion. did you use channel mixer?

    i like the 1st pic the best.

    nice shots :thumbup:
     
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    Love them !
     
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    great shots!!! i love the 2nd and 3rd.
     
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    Hi all! Thanks for the comments!

    No, I didn't use the channel-mixer. Starting to mess around with it now. Just converted to b&w and played with contrast and levels.
     

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