Some Black and White (9 photos)

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  1. essjayyell

    essjayyell TPF Noob!

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    I found some negatives that I processed a couple of years ago, so I set up a lamp so the light was shining through them, photographed them with my digital camera then inverted them and adjusted the levels etc in photoshop. Here are some of the results.

    Tree near some hockey & netball fields

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    Gravestones (no, really!)

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    My dogs. I remember the afternoon light was really good

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    I thought these looked interesting

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    The river at Bendemeer

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    The light shining on the statue in the background (middle of shot) caught my eye

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    Last one - framed palm tree

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    b u m p !
     
  3. Pixel9ine

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    Offtopic, but I've got some BW negs lying around that I never printed and my film scanner's MIA so I was stuck.. until now! I think i might set up some macro shots and 'scan' them in with my P&S.. brilliant idea!

    I really like the 'framed palm tree' as your last shot... it works nicely.
     
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    The first one definitely does something for me. Like it the most, and i like it a lot! :)
     
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    Pretty cool series. I like what you've done with the process you describe. 1, 4 and 7 really float my boat. Nice one :thumbup:
     

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