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    Vietnam Memorial at night

    My wife and I went to Washington DC. We went on a Photo Safari photo shoot with David Luria. I don't usually shoot Black and White, but experimented with B&W. Suggestions will be welcome. By the way, this is not HDR like I normally shoot. Thanks.
    Vietnam Memorial at night

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    Re: Vietnam Memorial at night

    Nice conversion, Don. Is there a reason that you included so much space above their heads and didn't include anything below their waist?

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    Re: Vietnam Memorial at night

    A striking interpretation of the sculpture.

    I wonder if it might benefit from some burning on that tree behind the shoulder of the right-hand figure (as we look at it), so that it fades more into the background?

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    Re: Vietnam Memorial at night

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will work on that. I don't deal to much with B&W so this is all new to me.

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    Re: Vietnam Memorial at night

    I was mainly interested on the expressions on the faces in this photo. Other photos I captured show the full figures as suggested above. Thanks.

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