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By dwarf
Love flower photography but trying to push my photography a bit beyond straight images of flowers. Loved the shapes , tones and detail of this pasque flower in the rain so wanted to remove the distraction of it"s colour

Tags: Black and white Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

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susanbarton 10 11 1 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2012 7:57AM
Stunning detail! You have certainly succeded, I would never have thought to present this in Mono but it works so well. Would still be interested in seeing the original Grin


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8 Jun 2012 8:45AM
Super shot. Really like what you've done,
vickyf 12 8 8 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2012 8:51AM
Beautiful. Love the idea and the detail. Like Susan, I would be interested to see the original image. Vicky
dwarf 10 52 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2012 8:58AM
Thanks for your positive comments. I've posted the origin; under 'modifications'
8 Jun 2012 9:56AM
Beautiful detail, great composition, love the mono.
8 Jun 2012 8:31PM
Both Look good with great texture. Really like bw version - I am spending too much time in geoff's company
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3849 Canada
9 Jun 2012 3:52PM
This works really well in mono Dorothy.

I have a couple of suggestions, and nothing thats drastic, as the original shot is very good.

I would try toning down the bright highlights, and converting to a duo tone; and since its rather wide, why not crop space from the top, where the shot is losing focus, and a little on the bottom, and make it into a panoramic style.

Ive loaded a mod with this done, and a frame added to show what it will be like when you put it on a wall, where it would make a really nice print.

Hope this is helpful,



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