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    B/w c&c

    All comments welcome, I am looking to improve..


    B/w c&c

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    Re: B/w c&c

    Looks well done to me. and like a damn good time. I really like the way that the snow is frozen in the air. I think i would like to see a little more scenery in the shot though. Was this shot in b/w or converted?

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    Re: B/w c&c

    It was a blast, We were on the Eastern Plains of CO. 45mph winds and about 40 degrees. I will post another,

    I did convert with Nik Silver, I really like the options.

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    Re: B/w c&c

    Nice composition!

    As for the conversion, try using a wider dynamic range and increasing the contrast. I think the increased punch and drama will work better with this type of photo.

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    Re: B/w c&c

    Thank you, Jason and MIke.

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