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    B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    Did a B&W of the earlier photo, just a straight simple convertion. Let me know what the feeling are.

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    Last edited by Polar01; 19th December 2011 at 12:37 AM. Reason: to add photo

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    I like this simple but tells a story.

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    needs contrast/ and not contrast with the contrast slider.

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    Don't know how this is going to look, but i tried an edit with your jpeg............................

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    was there, did that, didn't like it then.
    Last edited by Polar01; 19th December 2011 at 02:28 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    Quote Originally Posted by Polar01 View Post
    was there, did that, didn't like it then.
    Not every image makes a good b&w .................you can convert any image, but only the one's with a good range from black to white and good light, will give you the results your after.

    The tones in this image are very close to each other. I like the image, but the b&w doesn't have a great impact because of the similar tonal values.

    I think if you reshoot this, in the early morning or late evening / with snow on the ground, it would be a whole different ball game. Sometimes a photographer needs to envision an image and wait for the proper time to shoot it.

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    Re: B&W Bridge at Lovkin

    I agree with Steve about this image as well as the tones in this image. Somehow it lacks a little pop.

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