Industry in B/W

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by woodsac, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. woodsac

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    I still don't have any landscapes ready to post...so here's some industry. Not sure about the contrast? There were very minimal whites to work with.
    Anyways, hope you like :D


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    very interesting. the first one is very epic... the second is nice also.!!!
     
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    I really like the second one, there is somehthing about the tones that I raelly does it for me. Great shots.
     
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    nice shots there! i love the color
     
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    You did a fabulous job considering the lack of whites. I really do like these a lot
     
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    Both :thumbup:
    No prob here with contrasts. I find them perfect, despite the lack of pure white. The sky in the first comes out ever so well, adding a nice "nature balance" to the primarily industrial motif, and I like all the straight lines and squares and rectangle in the second, interrupted by the open door in the centre and the bit of "chaos" at the bottom right of the building. Very nice. Makes my eyes wander across the pic to take everything in.
     
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    reminds me of one of my favourite photographers: Edward Weston.
     
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    #2 :thumbup:

    Eric
     
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    Great detail and very, very sharp !!
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    great shots woody, number 1 does it best for me love the perspective :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks much!
     
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    O my goodness.. she is going to get teased over this one when she wakes up!!

    Nice shots woodsac, that must have been some blue sky! the b+w works great for the 2nd shot especially.
     

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