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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Troy2395, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. Troy2395

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    Very nice! I love the first one especially.
     
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    really like number 4
    what lense were you using?
     
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    they're all nice

    but imo they need some contrast
     
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    Nikkor 50mm 1.8
     
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    wow the light and shadows are certainly eye catching.
     
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    Oh my gosh, I love the geometric lines. I vote for #4----fantastic!!!!!! I don't think this one needs more contrast. #1 and 3 could use a bit more contrast, though.
     
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    Stunning series.

    I respectfully disagree with the very talented Al-Wazeer about the contrast, for this particular series.

    Normally, I like more bold blacks, but I think what you've done here fits your subject.

    There is actually complete value range across all zones in each image, but with a 'high-key' feel to the series.

    Awesome architecture.
     
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    I thanks you for the comments. :)
     
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    nice abstract in the first one. i feel it would benefit from a little more contrast though. but that's how i like my photos.
     

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