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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by danok1212, Mar 8, 2009.

  1. danok1212

    danok1212 TPF Noob!

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    try the same shot several hours later/ealier to improve the lighting of the subject. You should be able to pull out more tonal/texture qualities with different lighting.

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    I like it. Have you played around with curves in Photoshop? Pretty good!
     
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    SlipKnot - I plan to go back there. I think that as spring progresses the light will move more to the right. There are a LOT of trees on both sides of the road, so I can't be sure what it'll look like 'til I go back.

    Rere - Thanks for your kind words. I use Photoshop Elements. I converted to B&W, then adjusted the contrast "to taste". I'm not sure if that's the same as curves in Photoshop.


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    It's classic photos black and white it's look natural
     

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