Few B&W when i went on a hike

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  1. Bauhaus

    Bauhaus TPF Noob!

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    I was using some old illford 400 + a red filter

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    I think the first one is the best of the bunch. They are all very nice though.
     
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    Yeah.. I agree... the first one is cool. What is it?
     
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    Love the first one also, the 2nd ones got a bit too much grass in the foreground for me.
     
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    Ah..... good old fashioned B&W film and red filter combo....the result is wonderful! Especially on image #1, your contrast is excellent. You have texture on the old metal signpost, or whatever it is (why does the countryside seem full of weird stuff like this?) and the DOF is spot-on perfection. A really excellent shot!

    I like the other 2 as well, though they are less compelling. You might do well to crop #2 and fill the frame more with the empty bench under the tree. Just an idea.

    Nice work here! :)
     
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    number one is really nice 2 and 3 the sky is to overexposed for me ive never used a red filter so that may be the effect but that sky is uggly to me... but one is verry nice... now that i look at it a 2nd time ones is overexposed but evenly exposed unlike 2 and 3
     

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