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    B&W in the rain

    What to do on a rainy cold day? Take a picture. I protected my camera with a plastic bag.
    B&W in the rain

    Any comments?

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    Re: B&W in the rain

    Nice job! It's very interesting and the curve gives it an organic feel. The top may be cropped a little close, but otherwise it's a really nice shot.

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    Re: B&W in the rain

    I agree with Bev about the top of the frame being too tight on the subject. But, otherwise, that, I think, is a very good image.
    Last edited by Donald; 14th March 2012 at 09:51 AM.

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    Re: B&W in the rain

    Paid too much attention to B&W creation and in camera green filter. I will try to aligne te subject in the camera a little better next time. Thanks for the comments.

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    Re: B&W in the rain

    Take 2. Actually this was the first one, the rain drops in the background may be distracting.
    What I would realy like to do is catching a flower reflexion in the water drops on structures or plants like I have seen on other's pictures. If there is a secret for that I would love to learn it!
    B&W in the rain
    Last edited by wlou; 14th March 2012 at 10:44 PM.

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    Re: B&W in the rain

    It seems flowers pictures will have to wait, the rain is niw turning to snow! Still in Canada you say?

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