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Up And Away

By iancrowson  
Cosmos Mono Tint
Mono conversion with slight tint..
I'm looking at form here rather than just beauty.
What I'm working at are BW conversions of flower pictures which show an improvement by being viewed in mono.
Overall I'm finding mono flowers a bit difficult as much of the beauty lies in colour.
I'm also looking at structures and detailing in other flowers. Any suggestion about suitable flowers and what to try would be good.
Thanks for critique, advice and comments,
V2 is the colour version
V3 has green faded a touch.
V4 a little more edge detail as Kate's suggestion
Thanks for looking
Ian

Tags: Black and white Flowers and plants

Voters: Derek_Fearn, alligatorpants, Eastlands and 17 more


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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 10:22AM
Super x 2

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22 Apr 2013 10:29AM
No.2 Lovely Image
Irishkate Plus
5 33 97 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 10:56AM
I love what you're doing here in both images.
The coloured version brings out the detail in the calyx and sepals
if I've got my flower bits correct! The fading out of the petals works in doing that.
I like the mono version but not sure about the effect on petals - think the leaves need a tad more detail
to separate from b/g?
Have you looked at Big-Beavis's recent images?
He's trying a new process but totally different from yours.
Your effect is more natural.
KateGrinGrinGrin
mrswoolybill Plus
9 932 1464 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 12:36PM
I do prefer this to yesterday's, the lighter stem is important. Mono has harmony.
Moira
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
22 Apr 2013 1:50PM
v1 I think works for me. great shot
Ayoob 5 Australia
22 Apr 2013 2:05PM
Great set of images .....Grin
CaroleS Plus
6 419 3 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 2:41PM
I think the mono works best of all.
Carole
ColleenA Plus
4 317 3 Australia
22 Apr 2013 3:32PM
I love all of them, they all have a special quality of their ownGrin
22 Apr 2013 3:40PM
love all of them, v2 just gets my
22 Apr 2013 4:26PM
So delicate Ian, with great exposure to go with it!
Maggie
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
22 Apr 2013 5:18PM
The mono is so lovely Grin

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