DEAR JOHN (B&W)

By keithh  
A couple of people asked about seeing this in B&W. In some ways I think the rich colours and integral part of the image but the black and white does something to bond the image, so here it is in B&W and in a pano upload.

The letter is a real letter by the way. Posted in the early 20thC and begins to my 'Dearest Willy'....and ends 'From your loving little Fanny'. I kid you not.

Tags: Black and white Still life Panoramic Retro


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Comments


chris-p Plus
10 65 England
21 Feb 2012 7:27PM
Superb detail and seeing it in B&W adds a different dimension ..great

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BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
21 Feb 2012 8:03PM
Just lovely, Keith.
B&W works a treat and quite a different feel from the colour; both equally good!

Bill
pmorgan 9 217 13 England
21 Feb 2012 8:31PM
A very successful conversion - was it a "French Letter" ? Smile

Rgds
Paul
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
21 Feb 2012 8:44PM

Quote:begins to my 'Dearest Willy'....and ends 'From your loving little Fanny'.


LOL.......
keithh Plus
12 25.0k 33 Wallis And Futuna
21 Feb 2012 8:46PM
I'll explain that one to you later, Cole

LOL@Paul...

Quiet in here tonight
Wink
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 8:42AM
Wonderful composition, works well in monochrome.

Regards Nathan
Maddie 11 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 8:43AM
you should have put the letter on V2 for people to read, fancy putting a pic on when tv was good lol
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
22 Feb 2012 8:51AM
Great conversion Keith, and not a hint of any stitching in this one Wink You managed to get it to display in pano format then.
angej 11 477 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 1:09PM
Im thinking the B&W has real imapct Keith, could be the pano format of course. Bet it took you ages to set it up.
chase 11 1.1k 246 England
22 Feb 2012 6:50PM
Tis a good conversion Keith but seeing as I have seen the colour one first.....that would be my preference,as it shows off all those rich textures.
I could see this as a nice big print though hung on a plain wall in someone's study,so I'll give it a kerlick Wink

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