Some B&Ws

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  1. mcoppadge

    mcoppadge TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few black and whites I shot the other day. They're film-to-disc, which explains the bad quality. But here they are.

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    The pictures are a little big, however they are good. I really your style! :)
     
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    #1 is cool!

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    mcoppadge TPF Noob!

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    I apologize for the size. I tried to go back in and resize them but it won't let me.
     
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    Yeah, they are a little large. You'll do better next time. ;)

    For now, I am very happy, seeing all that great texture in the brick wall on the first image. I've no doubt the negative is gorgeous. Beautiful image. Well done! :thumbup:
     
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    i really like both of these... i think i'd like the first one more in color...
    and i'm digging the second one. something kinda eerie about it..
     
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    Something very mysterious about the second shot that I really like! And the textures are great in the first one! Good Job!! : )
     
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    awesome shots!

    your images are set at 1200x800. for proper viewing i would upload between 750-800x?
     
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    Good work.

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