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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Travisennis, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. Travisennis

    Travisennis TalkEmount Veteran

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    Jasper, Indiana
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  2. Phoenix

    Phoenix TalkEmount Top Veteran

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    Aug 25, 2011
    Melbourne, Australia
    Phoenix Gonzales
    As always, beautiful images dude

    I especially love the 1st one, being a b&w fanatic I'd convert it to b/w and bump up the contrast, I reckon it'll look 'disturbingly' good, like images from a 1950 noir film (yes..yes, I know I need psychiatric help ;) )
     
  3. Travisennis

    Travisennis TalkEmount Veteran

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    Jasper, Indiana
    I'll try it in black and white. I've been trying to color photography over the last 6 months to a year, but long term I've always shot black and white. I see people who do color really well, especially with muted, de-saturated color. I really like that look, but I don't always get it myself. Sometimes the image doesn't call for it and other times I just miss the result in post-processing. These I tried in color, but I should try them in black and white to see what difference they make.
     
  4. Melv

    Melv TalkEmount Regular

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    Aug 13, 2011
    Rotherham, U.K.
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