First Black & White/Sepia 1

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  1. Sand_On_The_Breeze

    Sand_On_The_Breeze TPF Noob!

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    Some shots from my first roll of b/w. Looking to improve so any suggestions are welcomed. Thanks for looking.

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    There's a part of this one which bugs me, it seems like i overexposed part of pic.


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  2. LittleMan

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    I love #4 Great job! :D It's very easy to over-do the sepia.... but I think you got it good here. :D
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You are right about the photo of the ivy: it is largely overexposed.

    While I'm not too fond of the first photo (personally, matter of taste, I think), I like the second very, very much as well as the fourth with its hard contrasts. I'd only wish for the person in the second to be more on the way so that it would not blend into the wall so much, but hey! You can't have everything.

    I can't quite figure out what we see in the last photo, though I must say that the texture of the planks (?) comes out nicely.
     
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    Not quite sure what is in the last photo either. It was just a bunch of tracks lying piled up like a ramp near the riverfront. Thought it would make an interesting picture.
     

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