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By robbiebreadner  
Taken from the Old Man of Storr. Approaching rain soon got to us!

Not sure of B&W, not something I usually do, but I thought it made it slightly more dramatic. What are your thoughts on this?

Tags: Skye Old man of storr Landscape and travel

Voters: james_paul, highlander, pcjackso and 18 more


Tandberg 18 1.2k 2 England
27 Sep 2006 3:42PM
Lovely and atmostpheric!!

Only niggle would love to see a greater range of tones white through to deep blacks

But you still a click

jimthistle73 17 2.4k 1 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2006 4:48PM
Yup - plenty atmos and would agree re a gentle increase in contrast. Looks like you've made the most of a typically dreich Skye day!
pcjackso Junior Member 16 7
27 Sep 2006 5:01PM
You caught this just right,good shot
27 Sep 2006 5:13PM
I think the B&W works really well! I like the angles in this pic, it draws the eye nicely! Nice overall mood too!
McKenzie 15 22 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2006 5:30PM
You have really captured the rugged feel of this terrain.

Glostopcat 15 255 2 England
27 Sep 2006 8:02PM
A really atmospheric black and white image
phototime 15 8 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2006 9:41PM
Wonderful B&W image,very moody,excellent composition,lovely light,nice one.

dark_lord Plus
17 2.9k 787 England
28 Sep 2006 10:50AM
Certainly can be more dramatic in mono, but contrast needs to go up in order for that to work. Looks like I'm not the only one to say that. All the basics are there, so give it a go.
TonyA 16 11 Spain
28 Sep 2006 11:07AM
Great B&W image with some drama in the sky.

28 Oct 2006 10:53PM
I Like this one better then #2 I think

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