Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by abraxas, May 30, 2008.
Great title and
All in all great.
Thanks Chris. I had some second thoughts on the edit and decided to crop and remove the reflections in the shades to give it a more of a souless, psychotic look. Hope it don't change your opinion.
I prefer the origional but thats just me!
Original vision restored after a decent night's rest.
I think this might be a first for me to see you second guessing yourself.
I prefer the reflections removed personally, but might have taken them out of the bridge as well... at least the three hot ones.
I only hope she remembers the few good things I've done this time and that my intention (particularly in the later years) was to do no harm. But I have no regrets....next time 'round I'll try to remember what I did and do a bit better. Eventually *fingers crossed* I'll get to come back as a cat.
whoa. did I just screw up getting rid of the reflections on the bridge.
that's it for me today. ...
Takeing the reflections out of the sunglases is like dropping a bag of rubish all over the foreground of that perfect sunrise shot.
yep. you win. shoulda went with my initial gut on this one. will fix later after nap, sandwicjhes and a cookie.
I'm scared - reflections or not! I like how the face looks kinda...umm...flat...but in a good way. And very ominous in b&w!
ok, now i have to look at something non-scary before going to bed!
I am so confused.
I kind of agree with Alpha. I don't really feel these 182-degree shots, but that's okay. If you aren't my favorite photographer on this website, you're tied for first, which means I know that me not really liking the fish-eye is me, and not you.
I'd love to comment on your shots, but I don't think I could if I tried. You're probably used to this, but great work. I'll keep peering in on your posts, but I might not reply to all of them. If you are wondering what I'm thinking, its all good
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