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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by loser101, May 27, 2007.

  1. loser101

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    1. (HP5)
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    2. (Tri-x and a bad scan)
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    thanx for looking,

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    Cool shots. Very Factory-esque.
     
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    Factory-esque?
     
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    Definitely like the Euro feel to the HP5 shot. The juxtapositions of patterns and textures is fantastic, and the overhead point-of-view is perfect -- disorienting and abstract. The Tri-X shot is a good example of a complex exposure problem: exposing enough to get the details of the building results in the overexposure of the lighted sign, and subsequent loss of focus on the figure on the ladder. Correctable by printing it yourself and burning/dodging? :thumbup:
     
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    Actually that was a scan from a print. The print is alot better it just my scanner couldn't bring that out. On the print u can actually read what it says on the sign.

    But thanks for your feed back...
     

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