HDR Style B&W - Requesting C&C

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  1. bburzycki

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    I am looking for some comments and feedback on this first HDR B&W I have tried..

    Really looking for first impressions to see if what I was trying to get was actually what I got in the eyes of others.


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    Please take a look at the detail in the full size - it's way better and if i post it here it will mess up the board.

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2681/4229396768_c9d05990a2_o.jpg

    Any input is welcome - I rarely do anything but shooting Glamour work and want to try to look in different directions this coming year. I like HDR as the process is fun for me.... yet in the current market you cannot easily make money with it unless you are very lucky and it seems to be a fad that might die at some point...thats why I picked B&W and HDR as a twist..

    Let me know what you all think.
     
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    Should've flipped the side mirror out, and replaced it with a Dodge! Other than those two things, I think it's really kick ass.... Great job!
     
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    Looks pretty neat. I think I would have had the mirror out also.
    HDR in B&W, great concept.
     
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    That's pretty sick.
     
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    That wasn't so helpful.
     
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    Do they always have to be?! Sometimes all you wanna do is compliment it. What was wrong with it has already been said...
    Ok, you want me to say "hmmm, you should have had the side mirror out"
     
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    :taped sh:
     
  8. bburzycki

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    Well Dodge vs. Ford - thats an argument for another day ... My first one of these blew up - this is the new one...Ford gave me for Free so I am not complaining..

    That said - thanks for the replies... it was definately a different model per say than I normally use - the girls usually talk back and give me crap - the truck just stands there and looks cool...
     
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    with some age groups sick means great, or cool, etc
     
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    Sick was meant as a compliment ;)
     
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    I like it a lot. I think B&W HDR might be the way to go. It's really power and contrasty without all the wacked out colors.
     
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    :lmao::lmao:

    That truck looks sinister. What program did you use?
     

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