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This an old shot from Stanage Edge converted to b/w using CS2. The figure is fellow EPZer and next door neighbour, afyfe.
1/15 Sec @F18
Raw ISO 200
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Great shot. Love the tones to the black and white. Excellent all round.
Great conversion, good contrast and tonal control.
Great mono shot, the clouds and silloutte look very effective
Superb mono work Mark !!
I can relate to this scene...
classic walking shot - looks stunning in mono
Thanks for the clicks/comments folks.
I thought i`d seen this before. Nice conversion, it works well.
Happy to be 30!
A fab shot with great detail.
Excellent shot! Spot on! Click!!!
The black and white is great - but what happened to afyfe? Haven't seen him o here much recently.
Steve, yes Andy hasn't been on for a while, itís because he's very busy finishing his extension off. He's still into photography though and has just bought a 5D. I'm sure he will be back on EPZ soon.
superb monochrome landscape, the person adds drama and scale.
Superb panorama and b&w image. Those overhangs do occasionally give, once in a while.
A superb shot with good tones, and well composed.
Fantastic tonalities and great detail on this eye catching image. Perfect exposure.
A striking shot and beautifully converted.
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