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    B&W Landscape

    Still playing with b&w..............what do you think of this one?

    B&W Landscape

    All comments welcome.

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    Re: B&W Landscape

    Alot better than mine...

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    Re: B&W Landscape

    I like this shot! I know nothing about B&W photography, though.

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    Re: B&W Landscape

    Steve

    Stared at this for a while and couldn't work out what wasn't 'clicking' for me. Then I looked at Sepia Landscape and saw right away what it was. Sepia Landscape takes me through a view. I can see through the image to the other side. In this image there's a big barrier (of trees) making me feel a bit claustrophobic. So, for me, it's a touchy, feely thing rather than a technical thing.

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    Re: B&W Landscape

    Okay nice tonal range but what's the story? Does the photo have a story/
    At least I can't read one. Just a small crit. Noel

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