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Day 13 July 2010: Black & White buildings


13 Jul 2010 12:01AM
Today we're converting images of buildings to black & white so read the technique , have a try yourself then post your results on ePz. If you're an e2 member you can post your results here while our free members can put them in the gallery.

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franken Plus
14 4.3k 4 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2010 8:36AM
Norwegian church Cardiff Bay. The church was built in the 19th century to cater for the Norwegian sailer's who came to Cardiff. It was moved about a mile or so to this spot in the 1980's. It is now a café and art gallery.cardiff-30-11-09------23.jpg

DOGSBODY 8 1.4k 30 England
13 Jul 2010 1:56PM
The East Point Pavilion at Lowestoft.


peterjones 15 4.6k 1 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2010 3:16PM
The Vicar of Dibley's church i.e. St Mary the Virgin, Turville, Bucks:

St Mary's Romney Marsh:

DiegoDesigns 11 117 6 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2010 3:46PM
Here's a shot taken at Lacock, of the Oriel window through which Fox Talbot captured the first negative image. It felt appropriate to reverse the image to support the historical nature of the place.


cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 27 Northern Ireland
13 Jul 2010 6:56PM
La Compañía de Jesús in Quito

has a wonderful interior..in fact the outside mirrors the inside, but the inside is wood with gold leaf...can you imagine? Smile


13 Jul 2010 7:05PM

L'Hemisferic, Valencia
Just Jas Plus
15 26.1k 1 England
15 Jul 2010 7:46AM
Black and White Buildings!


Just Jas Plus
15 26.1k 1 England
15 Jul 2010 7:55AM
Potter's House:


ade_mcfade 13 15.2k 216 England
22 Jul 2010 12:39PM
god I've done so many mono athictecture shots I don't know where to start!

Here's a boring buidling with good light - to hopefully prove that even static things like porta-cabins can look good in the right light, and with the right processing of course Wink


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