Lone Duck - B/W  

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Uploaded: 07/17/17 5:21 PM GMT
Lone Duck - B/W
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Accidentally overexposed a shot, but thought it made an interesting black and white minimalist picture.


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07/17/17 7:25 PM GMT
I like the results, this is really cool, and why not enter it into the B&W challenge, just pm Lyneve for the how too's! tigs=^..^=
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07/17/17 10:10 PM GMT
What, in my old college photography classes, we used to call a "solarized" print. While we were using the enlarger to process our black & white prints, we would subject them to a single small flash of white light before running them through the fix and wash pans... or sometimes during. Different scenarios would produce different results.

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07/18/17 6:19 AM GMT
Here's to happy accidents!

The image looks almost silvered to me. Like a mirror. Kinda cool!
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07/18/17 7:16 AM GMT
Unique scene, original and a pure dream for the senses. Favorite, of course, simplicity and composition speak volumes.
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07/18/17 11:42 AM GMT
It really does convey a sense of loneliness and is quite unique.
Thank you for offering this for the B&W Challenge. It is on my 'waiting list ' for when it resumes.
All that needs to be done is for you to edit the gallery to put it into b/w Challenge
Thank you :)
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07/18/17 2:17 PM GMT
Ah! No wonder I never found it. Press Edit under the photo, change the Gallery to the contest you want to submit to, then press Edit again. Poor interface design (this from a Computer Science teacher) but doable once you realize what steps are required.
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