winter pictures in blackNwhite

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  1. aleksey123

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    i love 3 and 4!! although its so cold..it pictures are warm feeling. great pics!
     
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    Nicely done...I liked 2 and 3 best. The house looks cold and very lonely in 3!

    I like the 'line' of vision in 2.

    Nice job.
    I need to get out!
     
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    I like 2 as well. :thumbup:
     
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    #1 I really like. I would maybe step back or angle a little differently to let in all of the shadow from the table too though, I dig shadows, its just a personal opinion. And good Lord we don't get snow like that in Alabama. We get schools shut down for flurries that don't even stick!!

    #2 I love the lines, I'd just crop a little off the left side so that the post is up against the end of the picture so the line seems more continuious.

    #3 A little tilted it seems, but it seems like that's because of where you're standing, not your camera-holding abilities. Also I think I'd like to see this in color too, I'm interested in what the house looks like.

    #4 I think its a good up close shot, just a little too bright so its hard to see what's in focus at first glance. Maybe if you added a little to the shadows.

    #5 This one has a halo effect around the bridge, you'll get feedback from that, but I think it actually looks kind of neat in this picture.

    Overall I really like these, well done. I'm usually not a B&W girl, but for snow, those kind of shots are money! Keep shooting! Hope the C&C was helpful!
     
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    thanks everyone, here few more:D

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