The Door Of Creatures

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by bell, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. bell

    bell TPF Noob!

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    Greetings from Montreal,

    I recently joined the Forum. I have always loved and shot B&W photos.

    In today's digital era I took my B&W adventures a bit further.

    The baby & the mother were shot in my studio in front of a black backdrop. I shot the door this summer. I simply stiched both images in PS.

    If this group accepts only B&W shots out of the camera, please let me know, I will not disturb the peace.

    I would love to hear your reactions, comments and critiques. This is why I joined the gang.

    Cheers,

    HB


     
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    leighthal TPF Noob!

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    Interesting! I wish it was bigger so I could see the details. The black and white is perfect for this scenario. (And well done IMO) I can't tell you about your stitching as it's too small to see. The small version looks seamless.
    I look forward to more of your work.
     
  3. bell

    bell TPF Noob!

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    Thank you for commenting. Here is a close up of the cutout.

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    I save a copy of my my pics at width 799 pixels and then upload to flickr.
    View all sizes
    Select the large view (799x whatever)
    Hover mouse over pic. Right Click, select COPY
    Right Click, Paste into forum.

    You lose a bit of detail and some pixeling occurs but I feel it is the best option for sharing.

    Hope that helps. :D
     
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    Thank you. I found Photobucket. It seems to be ok.

     

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