More high contrast B&W...just the way I like it..

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  1. Jdog

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    i like the contrast also especially for bulidings that look like that. did you get anymore?
     
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    thanks, this is the only one that I like that I shot that day.
     
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    wow!!!! ... great photo ... i love the darkness .. thats how i prefer my b&w :D
     
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    cool pic !! Love it!
     
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    I prefer B&W to colour any day, but one thing I really dislike is washed out, grey tones. I love this shot; lots of rich shades and contrast. :D
     
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    very nice shot. I tend to like high contrast in my B&W also. But as I do more and more printing, I find that you can get great looks with lower contrast. A photo teacher I had once told me that my prints where to dark (look great to me) He said that high contrast adds a "pop" to the photo, but that pop can also be "an easy way out." So over time, I have become more and more aware of the contrast in my prints. Some picture still need the high contrast, but I try to keep this in mind when I am taking to picture as well as when I am printing.

    Still.... great picture
     

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