more water droplets - black and white

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  1. thebeginning

    thebeginning TPF Noob!

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    heres two i decided looked better in bw.

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    These are VERY nice! I can't decide which one I like better. This just furthers my assertion that Texans are just plain better than ev'ryone else. :lol: *ducks*
     
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    love the second shot..its really cool..would have been a great one for the "abstract contest".....very good.....
     
  4. thebeginning

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    thanks you guys, spiral, i must say that is a dangerous subject there. we could have a harsh tPF vs. TPF debate on that one ;)

    aprilraven, i actually think my entry for the abstract contest might have been a little too abstract :D
     
  5. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Nice macros . the second really pops IMO. Nice contrast and DOF.
     
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    The second one is wonderful and I think it does work really well in black and white. The DOF is perfect.
     
  7. Eric.

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    I like them a lot! I have a photo like the second one on a roll I just sent in to developing (as far as I remember)!
     
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    thanks yall!

    yeah eric these shots are fun to take, i didnt try it on film though. you should post yours when it comes in!
     
  9. Johnboy2978

    Johnboy2978 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think both of these are great. The first one is nice b/c you see so much of a reflection in the droplet. The second is nice b/c the droplets are so large they look like marbles going down a slide. Really cool on both!
     
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    i love these shots. i would never have thought b&w would work well, but you certainly pulled it off. well done!
     
  11. ferny

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    The first one looks like a mini globe. It's a ball of water, but seems to have texture. It's cool.

    I like the dof in the second to. The way it leads your eye.
     

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