Muddy road, gravity defying cat, lamp, door, pumpkin, trees, etc...

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  1. darin3200

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    Last picture post for tonight, I promise

    #1 Old barn door
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    #2 Crazy cat
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    #3 Lamp
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    #4 Pumpkin
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    #5 Muddy road
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    #6 Muddy road
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    #7 Switch
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    #8 Trees
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    All comments appreciated :)
     
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    4, 6, and 7 are my faves....awesome contrast. They look so harsh and cold, in a good way. Nice composition on the switch shot, I think that's my top favorite. :thumbup:

    How'd you get the grass to look so frosty and contrasty in the pumpkin shot?
     
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    Thanks! :)
    The grass is still a bit of a mystery to me since there isn't much snow here and its not frosty, just really cold. I think the look of the grass is a result of the higher contrast.
     
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    love the 1st and the 6th pictures. the texture on the barn door is great. there's nothing better than good B&W
     
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    I love the shots you take in B&W the contrast is great! I love how you get those great levels.
     
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    james21: Thanks, color is good for some shots, but I always find myself going back to B&W

    immski: Thanks. When I got these prints I was happy because the levels were already where I want them to be. It seems that the combo of the "color corrected" lens on the yashica, the ilford xp-2, and the 1-hour people who know me by name produce good results :)
     
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    I like the contrast in #5.

    Are #5 & #8 the same :scratch:
     
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    Thanks. And yes, I screwed up copying and pasting, thanks for pointing that out so I could get it fixed. :)
     
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    I like 2, 6 and 8.
     
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    #1 & #5 are my favs, good shots!
     
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    That cat shot is crazy, I really like #5. the curve of the road leads your eye to the dog and the high contrast adds to the shot. Nice series :thumbup:
     
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    nice shots, i really like #1! love the old barns and their doors... :thumbup:
     

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