Some B&W

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Jonathan Schertzer, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Jonathan Schertzer

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    2 is a cool shot. I like it, tho the face isn't extremely believable.
     
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    I like number 4 the best. I love the sky, the background...overall a very good shot. I tend to prefer a bit more contrast in my B&W, I might consider spicing up the sky a bit, but if you do nothing it is a nice shot IMO.
     
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    I really like #4, good composition.
     
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    Really enjoying 1 & 4. Great work :)
     
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    Great shots!!! I love 1 & 4!
     
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    I really like 2. very candid and lighting makes it interesting. 4. is great too with the composition. It makes me think she (you) are lonely searching for something. Leaves my imagination wondering.
     
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    #4 is great all the way around!! I also like #1 but my eye keeps being drawn to the fence pole on the left side. Its a little distracting. Great job, keep shooting!!
     
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    i like #4 the best in this set
     
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    Photo #2's lighting is very commendable. Photo #4, however, is the best photo for me in this set. It could have been better though if the huge footprint was not cut off. A little cropping will do the trick.

    Cheers!

    Eric Mansfield
     
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    #4 is super, can't even nit-pick it. I also like #1 a lot. Good work.
     
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    1 and 4 are cracking shots.
     

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