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I want to see a B&W version fo this.

There are some interesting attempts at selective focus and playing with light and shadow, but the subject and the effect are somewhat lacking imo.

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Another humorous shot

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More tacos and my affinity to Helen Lewitt's style

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a relaxing scene

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I want to see a B&W version fo this.

There are some interesting attempts at selective focus and p ...
快樂牛郎 發表於 2011-1-20 12:24



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Yes, I could have put more thought into these.  But I was limited to my 1 hr lunch and 1st day with my new camera and lens.  Thanks for the input.
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The shadow on the wall is somewhat interesting, so you might want to bring down the brightness and add more contrast to make it stand out.

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Location trumps technique.

No matter how good you are, you still need to be at the right place at the right time.

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Wanna  show us how?

I am back to just desaturated the image as my b/w conversion , back from 11 layers of photoshop, becuase I don't know how to do it right.

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Location trumps technique.

No matter how good you are, you still need to be at the right place at t ...
快樂牛郎 發表於 2011-1-20 13:51



    It is just chinatown where I lunch, when it is not my brown bag lunch day.

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When I look at the b&w images I created a year ago, they all look pretty bad to me.  I think the lens has the biggest impact on a b&w photo.  If you study the various designs of lenses all the way back to the 40s, you can see they all have very different characteristics.  For color images I don't think the differences are that profound but it really shows on b&w images.  My b&w processing is nothing special but I just have good glass.

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