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You know it's cold when:

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Bohdan, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. Well you get the picture.
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  2. Not sure which one I like the best, as both are terrific yet so different.
     
  3. Like them both a lot, nicely composed and processed. I prefer the second as the wider view captures the theme better (for me, at any rate).
     
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  4. Wonderful images, Bohdan!
    b&w is really well suited for these scenes.
     
  5. Nice! 2nd is my favorite too.
     
  6. 2nd here too. That does look chilly.
     
  7. Butlerkid

    Butlerkid Cafe Ambassador Moderator

    Apr 8, 2008
    Rutledge, Tennessee
    Karen
    BRRRR!!! After looking at these, I just turned the temperature up! I can't imagine being outside shooting in that weather! (says the gal who went to Iceland in the middle of winter.... o_O )
     
  8. Thanks very much Mike for your kind words. I'm glad that you liked them.
     
  9. Thanks Bill for your feedback. The second is my preference as well.
    thanks Nick
    LOL...Although it was only -5 Celcius the wind off the lake was paralyzingly cold.
    Thanks Rick. Trust me...it was..
     
  10. I like the second one. The clouds lead me through the picture to the islands in the background .

    Larry
     
  11. Thanks Larry. You have to love the perspective of a wide angle lens in the winter sky, overcast and cloud covered
     
  12. I'm feeling it! Another vote for #2!
     
  13. Thanks Dossy...
     
  14. #2 for me too Bob, IMO it is a better shooting angle. I also like your conversion.
     
  15. Thanks very much Binnur
     
  16. Nice. B&W is indeed, as mentioned by Bart, a good choice for those images. Another vote for 2. I like the looser feel to that one. The tighter crop in 1 kind of forces my eye to the fence. Well done.
     
  17. Thanks very much Roger. I appreciate your feedback
     
  18. Dudley5854

    Dudley5854

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    Nov 1, 2018
    I like the second photo very much. The way the pier leads the eye around showing the depth is great.
     
  19. Thanks Dudley. Glad that you like it.
     
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