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Aug 02, 2011 02:54 |  #1

As much as I like how the color version of the images turned out, thought I give black and white conversion a shot.

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Aug 02, 2011 06:10 |  #2

so lovely!!


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Aug 04, 2011 14:28 |  #3

I think they work very well. Lovely!




  
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Aug 06, 2011 08:46 |  #4

Thanx guys


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Aug 06, 2011 19:30 |  #5

I'm a big fan of Black & White! These are awesome! I love the way you framed them as well! Nice work!


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Apr 13, 2012 09:33 |  #6

In my opinion too dark. eyes and hair are black whole. it is not good looking


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Jun 05, 2012 15:01 |  #7

It's kinda hard to see any details in the eyes, cuz they are dark brown. The b&w conversion is not really neutral in contrast. That's what I think. For some reason I just like the contrast type of photo. I tried to be more neutral in my work now a day. Then again it's hard to please everyone, every artist see things differently. One prefer a richer and vivid color photo and the other want a neutral skin tone, the other want an out of focus background while the other one want a more focus scenery, etc. Thanks for your input, this will help me in my practice.


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Jun 05, 2012 16:16 |  #8

Kids faces usually benefit from softer light, whereas older people look more dramatic with pronounced wrinkles.
I would soften a little kids photos.
I really like #3 and #8.


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