Misc. B&W

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  1. LittleMan

    LittleMan TPF Noob!

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    It's been a while since I've posted any pictures.... so, I went around the house snapping some random shots in B&W.
    Tell me what you think!

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    Nice shots! Love the one of the stained glass window - not many look that good in Mono!
     
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    Thanks! :)
    The last one is my personal favorite.... just b/c It has a lot of texture. :)
     
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    very nice!! i missed your work!! how do u make them BW? do u use monochrome or desturate or any other way?
     
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    nice series Chris! i shot a similar lamp shot the other night. :mrgreen:
     
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    Thanks, My camera(Panasonic Lumix) has a Black&White mode. That is usually what I use. If I don't do it that way I can always make it Gray scale in Photoshop.

    Yeah, that is a very common shot.... I just figured I would take it to be part of the club :wink:

    good thing I got my pic of the lamp up before you did:wink:
     

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