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Mar 19, 2013 18:49 |  #1

Looking for some critiquing on this shot. I'm trying to get more accustomed to B&W conversion and playing with tones. Any input would be appreciated, including composition. Thanks.

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Mar 20, 2013 02:37 |  #2

I really like the image and the range of tones, but find it much more satisfying when flipped horizontally, with the lines flowing from left to right.


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Mar 20, 2013 04:05 |  #3

A different look in B&W, I like, nice work!




  
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Mar 20, 2013 08:34 |  #4

nice work


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Mar 20, 2013 09:29 |  #5

Pjay wrote in post #15734884 (external link)
I really like the image and the range of tones, but find it much more satisfying when flipped horizontally, with the lines flowing from left to right.

I never even thought of that, so I tried it out. I have to say, to me, I prefer it this way. Maybe it's a left handed versus right handed thing. lol. I appreciate the input. I really need to explore all the functions of this program.

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A different look in B&W, I like, nice work!

mandokid1 wrote in post #15735424 (external link)
nice work

Thanks guys. I appreciate it.


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Mar 20, 2013 11:42 |  #6

nice one


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Mar 20, 2013 15:47 |  #7

Nice shot!


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Mar 20, 2013 20:05 |  #8

Good one!


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Mar 20, 2013 23:22 |  #9

alquimista wrote in post #15736034 (external link)
nice one

Pri wrote in post #15736847 (external link)
Nice shot!

Ishrani wrote in post #15737755 (external link)
Good one!

Thanks guys and gal ;-)a


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