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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by BuS_RiDeR, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. BuS_RiDeR

    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Posted this in the Beginners forum... But didn't get many C&C... So I thought I'd post it here.

    Camera:Canon EOS 50D (Canon EF-S 17-85 IS USM)
    Mode: AP
    Aperture: F/5
    Shutter Speed: 1/166
    Focal Length: 38mm
    ISO: 100
    Crop: 2:1 Aspect Ratio

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  2. dxqcanada

    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The scene is too static ... for a subject like that, the surroundings should complement it.
     
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    The Shoe TPF Noob!

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    Also looks like it blends with the background a bit too much. Lack of contrast. It's like my brain says "yes, I see something I like there" but my eyes aren't able to pull the tank out in any sort of wonderous glory.
     
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    Subject a bit underexposed IMO and there is not enough contrast for a BW
     
  5. BuS_RiDeR

    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks for the comments. :)

    As for the tank being underexposed... it actually isn't. It is painted a dark green/grey color, so it does blend with the background.

    Here is a copy of the original... AND a second edit I did in Sepia...

    I actually preffer the Sepia... however I wasn't sure what forum to put it in so I posted the B&W instead.
     

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