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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by SeriouslyC, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. SeriouslyC

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    Took these with my lovely new UWA Canon EF-S 10-22mm on my 400D. It was a bright day with harsh light so the b&w effect was the solution. C&C welcome please.

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    First and second are really neat -- very clean with good contrast -- but the last one does nothing for me at all.
     
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    thanks for the comments.

    I wasn't sure about the last one either, it's kind of abstract. I got some of your normal cliche horse shots, but I didn't think they were very interesting, I thought that this was different but i'm still not sure if it works :scratch:
     
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    I think you did a great job! I like all of the shots...even the last one! :thumbup:
    My favorite I think would be the first one....
    Mahalo, Kristen
     
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    The first one is awesome...just kinda reaches out and grabs you :D I like the tones of 2, and I'm intrigued by 3, but it reminds me of chinese food - I like it, but it isn't filling.

    Enjoyed,

    Tammy
     

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