Two B&Ws

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  1. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Criticism & Comments Please

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    they are great
     
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    I like them both very much! Nice tones and processing in the abandoned house shot, and so many 'lines'. But then one scrolls down and sees that second shot, and wow! Love the composition, with the typical European street scene (I'm a sucker for that style of architecture), and the placement of the strolling couple, oblivious to the fact you're photographing them. That one's my fave. Really well done. :clap:
     
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    Great shots!!! I would def put #2 on my wall!!!
     
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    both very nice. where is that second one?
     
  6. Jeff Canes

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    Thanks all for the comments, Took #2 in Bremen Germany in an area sandwiched between the big catholic church and the river (behind the camera and ice cream shops)
     
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    Nice, I really like #2, German fashion is very odd.
     
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    Nice shots - first one's my favorite
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These make me think that maybe I should give my own Meet-Up pics a second look (after the very quick "Prepare-them-for-the-Meet-Up-Thread"-treatment they received) and consider converting some of them in to black and white, too :scratch: ... looks like a good idea!

    I like the crispness and starkness of the barn photo. I wonder where that barn was? The roof looks pretty new, so it is still in use. Is it somewhere around Lauenbr├╝ck?
     
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    i drove south out of Lauenbr├╝ck, this is the view from the road

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    Those are amazing
     
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    Very well done.
     

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