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Monochrome, Not Black and White

Discussion in 'Wildlife-Nature' started by Anymouse02, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. Anymouse02

    Anymouse02 Premium Member

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    A frosty sunrise today. This is not a B&W Photo, despite appearances.

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    Naturally occurring sepia-tone.

    Very nice.
     
  3. davidvj

    davidvj Well-Known Member

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    Great control of the lighting. The 'hump' in the background I find a little strange .. it appears to have different tonal qualities. Not bad, just odd!
    I would have cropped to minimize the distractions in the right and lower areas .. that would have intensified, for me, the main subject. Overall .. impressive.
     
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    No croppin' It will ruin the pic. There's no distraction on the right, because my eyes easily go to the center of the image. So, no distraction here. You should look at the picture as a whole thing, not isolated details being picked up by people with constantly distracted mind. It is non of the photog concern, that someone is picky. Get along with it.
     
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