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" Nightlife "

By cameracat
Hi folks,

Something a little different for a change......Grin

Might even be the next new fashion trend, Hot on the heals of " Steam Punk " , Who knows......Wink

The variants & versions are the original colour image and a really grungy mono....!!!

I would be interested to know which version is your favourite, I just can't make my mind up, Hence did an enee menee, Minee Mo for the front image aka Mono Clean......!

Regards
Vince

Tags: Scary Night photography Motorcycle Black and white Nightlife Norfolk 2011

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arhb Plus
8 2.9k 68 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2011 11:59AM
Nice work Vince - like the pov, and for me it has to be V3.

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soulofharmony 6 22 1 Norfolk Island
3 Aug 2011 2:23PM
This is superb imaginative work... Vince.... like V3 also.. more texture ... but love them all ...!!!


Nikki !!! Grin
SlowSong Plus
7 6.1k 29 England
3 Aug 2011 6:27PM
I think the harsh and grungy quality of V3 suits the subject well.
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
3 Aug 2011 7:04PM
Normally I would opt for colour but on this occasion mono seems to suit the mood of the image so well. Spot on
cameracat 12 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
4 Aug 2011 9:49AM
Thanks to one and all, Seems V3 is most popular....Smile

Have to admit its my favourite also, As Nikki & Chris have highlighted the textures & grungieness of V3 suit the subject......Grin

Forgot to mention in the description, This is part of a project we are playing with, It involves shooting in very low light ( darkness even ) with minimal lighting, Or at least extreme control on the lighting.

Here for example we used a single down light from above aimed just in front of the subject, Adding a grid to tighten the light spread, Quite experimental at this stage...!!!

Thanks for the input.
Regards
Vince

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