Outside and Inside the Bar - CC please

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Baaaark, May 24, 2010.

  1. Baaaark

    Baaaark TPF Noob!

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    General CC would be appreciated.

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  2. Lightspeedfoto

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    interesting pics...i would have chosen a different composition on the first pic, maybe a longer horizontal pic, and also tweaked your blackpoint or contrast up a bit. On the bartender....get the chairs out of the way, and maybe catch him with his hand on one of the taps...also seems a little soft, or out of focus for me.
     
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    Nice shot, love the first one, I think it needs more contrast it's a bit dull. I think the second shot with A LOT of editing in photoshop it has a lot of potential. (like darkening the whole place and leaving the bartender brighter than the rest of the place, some sharpness .. etc)
     
  4. pbelarge

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    What do I get from the two photos?

    The bar is slow and the poor guy outside needs money to get in the bar...
     
  5. KmH

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    I agree #1 is short on contrast, the holy grail of B&W photography. I also believe strobed light would have helped a great deal giving a better sense of depth to the image.

    #2 definately needed supplimental light (depth and separation).
     
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    loved the first one and i think i would love it more if it's in color.
    no 2 didnt mean much to me though.
     

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