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    B&W feelings

    I find that taking a colorful landscape and changing it to a monochrome occasionally changes the mood of the image for the better. This was taken in Italy on the Amalfi coast. Comments are always welcome


    B&W feelings

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    Re: B&W feelings

    The buildings are OOF...bothers my eye.

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    Re: B&W feelings

    Hi Mort.

    Nice composition and toning. Yes, the image does look moody.

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    Re: B&W feelings

    Good mood, good composition. I cant see the EXIF data but suspect it was too dark to use a safe shutter speed for a handheld, and the softness hurts a bit.

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    Re: B&W feelings

    Quote Originally Posted by chauncey View Post
    The buildings are OOF...bothers my eye.
    But sharpening it and then darkening down the buildings helps.

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