First Picture post! woo!

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  1. christopher

    christopher TPF Noob!

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    http://www.djedhi.net/pictures/Black and White/

    these were taken around school, and developed at school the same day. it is kodak T-MAX 100 proffesional. I got really bored and irrate because I didn't have a tripod so I couldn't do the second picture to the assignment (depth of field) the computer picture was the first, I tried a second but I'm not a tripod and I shook, so yeah ;).

    that's about it, I really like black and white photography, don't know if these are up to par, I hope to get a lot better. I really like the old looking-ness of these pictures, I also enjoy the sky in the horseman picture and the vents picture. uneven skies are nice :)

    thanks!
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    hi christopher,
    thank you for sharing your photos.. i think they show alot of promise, my favorite is the horseman. And I agree, i love black and white photography too!

    sorry i can't say more, its a bit past my bedtime.
    good work and look forward to more posts! :)
    cheers!
     
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    i like the computer picture, how it is modern technology surrounded by vegetation. do you have a different angle, maybe with the plant not directly in front of the monitor? i like the small depth of field on the horse but maybe it would look better if the subject was tighter inside the frame. nice work!
     
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    I'll try to take more pictures of it when I'm back at school. thanks!
     

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