Statues

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by PnLucas, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. PnLucas

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    I have been workin on a new way to do my pictures of statues. Bw negatives.
    i have also been trying to capture shadows to add more depth to the pictures tell me wht you think.


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    They loose their detail this way. Why not try just Black & White without the negative effect.
     
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    I do like some aspects of inverted pictures, but i think on statues where you need to see the detail, it doesnt work. If you find modern art statues, that are moulded as aposed carved, it might work better. But its something different.... keep at it.
     
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    I have a printed set of this particular statue. done both in BW and one with negative. In print i found that when daylight hits picture it turns kinda 3dish like is glowing. The bw is great too.



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