Converted to monochrome in Elements 6

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    reminds me of an ex-girlfriend....

    are you just posting this for us to see? do you want people to C&C? anything?

    p!nK
     
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    if i were thinking the way you do with reminding your ex-...it's funny. .. Ok, C& C too
     
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    Whatever don't post it. If I got you wrong, sorry. But there is a law on 'lasciviousness...I deeply apologize if I were wrong...green minds are common among boys...
     
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    Its crooked and rather boring. For a monochrome there isn't really enough depth to it. In terms of the gradation of the grayscale (not sure if this is the right term ) it is rather flat. Needs different lighting I think. What software did you use for the conversion?
     
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    Photoshop Elements 6. Mind editing it for me to fix the crookedness.
     
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    Here is a quick edit. Still might be a little off, but I was in a hurry. I also adjusted the B&W slightly.


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    Very nice Bitter.
     
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    I notice the brickwork was straight but it looks like the fire department installed the facia crooked.

    So to me the brickwork should be straight and the standpipe facia left as it is, since by being crooked it lends a storyline to the image.

    Coreduo, you're getting better! :thumbup: Keep at it.
     
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    Thank you very much, guys.
     
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    A nice sinister look to it would have been fun too...
     

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