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 Post subject: Lonely Rose (B&W)
PostPosted: Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:21 am 
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Hello another black and white conversion by me. I found something interesting in LR3 in camera calibration (Shadow) I used to to darken the background and lighten up the foreground a little bit.

shall I post it as portrait? O_O

any suggestions for improvement?

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Wow... Amazing!

No need for improvement man! You have this down to an art! Good job! :D

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Great b&w photo. Keep up the good work.

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Very nice...

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Really like this one, lovely lighting!

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aw thank you guys didn't know that I can work on black&white conversion O_O because i never tried B&W before.

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wooooo nice B/W work
Share some more :D


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Great shot

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Awesome B&W.

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May I respond in such fashion:

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can you transfer those rain drops to my flower please. :)

such a nice image especially with those rain drops.

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Loving that shot with the rain drops.

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