Prague in B&W

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Seeing today's Jukka's posting on the Czech Republic I thought I'd try redoing some of mine with OptikVerve's Virtual Photographer effects (photos from Prague).

Astronomical Clock
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Lots work on this one to remove a myriad tram cables.
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and in B&W
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Nice conversions and I like the clock closeup especially, I like large contrasts and nice deep black areas in Bw images, so this is right up my alley.

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nice, I wish I could travel and shoot. that person walking across the building kinda ruins it for me though. hah
 
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Very nice, I would like to see the original of #2 to see what it looked like with the tram cables.
Here it is, original, untouched and uncropped, only resized to 800px. as shot on a gray day. I took out the cables, some signs and the curb on the front. I left the two guys (yep there's two), but maybe I should've cloned them out too.

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