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heyyy i think this might have been one of my first posts before....anyway, thanks for checking it out! I always appreciate it!


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02/22/10 7:47 PM GMT
The black and white really works for this picture. Very retro-looking - could be anyplace in the UK or North America, anytime in the last 80 years or so. Timeless and classic! Thanks for posting!
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02/23/10 2:35 PM GMT
Very beautiful noir picture! nice B&W. Thanks for sharing
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02/23/10 4:04 PM GMT
Great subject and the black and white enhances the nostalgic feel. Looking at this shot brings back great memories for me. Thanks for sharing.
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02/23/10 11:39 PM GMT
A great depiction of desolation. Could only have worked in B&W - though, perhaps, sepia tinting might enhance it further.
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02/24/10 1:09 PM GMT
Nice post.
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Why not go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is.... Frank Scully
02/24/10 1:51 PM GMT
I really like the angle here...the use of the black and white is great!
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02/27/10 7:33 AM GMT
There is a lot going on in this image, many structures and textures. Good composition with the street leading off and the building separating the street and sky. The sky is a bit washed out and would perhaps be better it it was slightly darker. A good picture, not sure it makes the sort of image I would want on my desktop, which perhaps explains the CI.
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03/28/10 6:01 AM GMT
Hello Emmy....In black and white photography your main objective is to make your point with shades of grey. Use contrast to show viewers what’s important and what’s not. This picture naturally show signs of high contrast, and and I have to say that this photo of the street scene is very compelling....I like it very much...Well done...All the very best to you Emmy.........................................Mick.
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