First try at B&W

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Ive always admired some black and white shots so I thought I'd try it out myself.


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The 4th shot isn't doing too much for me, but love all the others...
The 2nd shot is just great, well done and welcome to the Darker Side of the Dark Side.. :rolleyes:... :biggrin::biggrin: LOL...
It's very contagious this B&W...
 
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Nice work Alison. Interesting collection, some really strong ideas and nice processing. Yes, number 4 is the one that does least for me but I really like the others, and the first one is a memorable image indeed.
 
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Thank you all! I have to agree with number four just not really doing anything. #1 is one of my favorites. It's Pennacoock Falls, (or Rumford Falls) in Rumford, Maine. The area was flooded and it was just one of those one in a million chances to get a shot like that.
 
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Question. What are your thoughts on number 5? The window. To me, I'm not sure if it bothers me that the window isn't centered, that it's at an angle.
 

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