First B&W

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  1. Joey

    Joey TPF Noob!

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    A few attempts at B&W. Pls comment.




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  2. Nightfall

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    The second one is a little bright on that bottom half, but :thumbup:.
     
  3. Joey

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    Thanks for your comment Nightfall :)
     
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    nice pics joey..... are those tree roots? they look really cool and surrealistic....
     
  5. Chiller

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    Great attempts Joey. I agree with nightfall on the second shot, seems a little bright. But what a cool subject.
     
  6. Joey

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    Yes, tree roots.. in the middle of the city I might add. Thanks chiller...btw, cool avatar ;)
     
  7. JonMikal

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    digital or film?
    if digital, are the originals bright or did this happen during processing?
     
  8. JonK

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    First one seems a bit low in contrast and the second seems a bit high. Interesting subject tho...would make for some great abstracts.
     

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