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My first attempt with Black and White.
This is part of a combine harvester, stored in a field awaiting the next harvest..
I haven't done b/w before but as I like the textures on this thought I would have a go.
All coments welcome.
PLEASE view large if possible as this works best.
Wonderful work. Very dramatic.
An excellent mono conversion, works extremely well. Angi
Cracking piece of work on this --I really like it
Really great shot, well taken.
Nicely done. Like it. Great perspective
Well, that's my sort of shot!
Nice one, like the conversion.
This is fantastic, beautiful conversion, I love the dramatism on this one,...you should be proud of it!!!
Wonderfully dramatic sky, and the conversation to B&W works really well, very well done indeed.
It is amazing when viewed large the detail is awesome.
Super shot this that works really well in mono. Great PoV and detail. The dramatic cloud cover in the sky really finishes this excellent composition.
Quote: This is fantastic, beautiful conversion, I love the dramatism on this one,...you should be proud of it!!!
thanks for the comments.
I very rarely try Black and White (I just seem to prefer colour). and this is the first conversion that I'm actually pleased with the result.
Super moody shot, love it
Wow incredible, love it
For a first conversion this is an excellent piece of work, although looking at your pf its no surprise, fine image, Adrian
Excellent work,well done.
Great choice for a mono, love the sky.
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