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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by FishSauce, Nov 11, 2005.
Lost in the wood ... Hope you like it
I like it. Was the original in BW?
The original is in color.
Glad that you like it :smile:
Wow, neat shot!!
I really like that.
The cnage to B/w has worked brilliant.
Would love to see the colour shot if you get a chance.
All the best
Here is the color shot :smile:
I agree a great great shot for conversion, Bravo on your great composition and eye. Great capture.
Might I suggest that you consider even adjusting the levels even more and create much more contrast? Try moving the black level up a lot and moving the midrange down to around .9. This is a great shot, but I think a lot of contrast, silhouette, would work even better. By doing this I think you could isolate the center bright spot/sun, and create more contrast between the shadows. If you would like me to post a quick sample let me know.
Also, keep in mind I like a lot of blacks, contrast, and silhouetted shapes in my BW images. Only my personal taste, not right or wrong.
Super super image, I just like this shot in BW, hence why I am so interested in it. Bravo.
I like the b/w version very much, more than the color one. I also like the way you rendered it. Nice shot and composition.
Very nice. I agree with Wade that a bit more contract might help, but that is the beauty of photography. Everyones eye is different and I can't really find any fault in this great image.
Thanks for your comments.
I call this picture "Morning..." so I rendered in a way that it could reflect the feeling of morning, however I still would like to see your sample.
Thanks for your compliment
In my opinion, photography is a way for us to capture the surrounding and also to express our feeling, sometime it is more or less like a poem without words.
Once again, mine is just a different opinion, Your intended title now that I have heard it doesn't seem to fit my conversion! As stated in the other reply, I tend toward the "dark" side with my BW images. I don't know why, I just do, so here goes, a quick dirty conversion from your low res color file:
(ps I have mentioned that I really really like this shot! :biggrin: )
Thanks for taking your time to render this, somehow I really like it ( sincerely ) because it reveals different feeling and mood.
Your suggestion is greatly appreciated. Don't hesitate to give me feedback on my work, that is how I could improve my skill.
Just browsed your site, you have a very impressive collection of works. BW Landscapes Vol1 collection is stunning.
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