Pilchuck Scree B&W  

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Uploaded: 11/26/08 7:25 AM GMT
Pilchuck Scree B&W
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Same picture as Pilchuck Scree, only this one I applied the Ansel Adams IR technique (that I made a tutorial of) to it. I can't make up my mind on which I like better...the color or the B&W. Which do you prefer?


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11/26/08 12:08 AM GMT
i love snow and the sky is very very nice, snow in black and white just brings out the snow as the main subject to me :)
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Its all make believe, isnt it?
11/26/08 2:57 PM GMT
I got confused for a moment. I knew I had downloaded this and didn't realize right away it's the B&W version. LOL
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“The sudden disappointment of a hope leaves a scar which the ultimate fulfillment of that hope never entirely removes.” - Thomas Hardy
11/26/08 7:59 PM GMT
I love this picture and the way you have created the B&W. Stunning. Faved.
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Don't take any notice of my comments. I post pictures that get a CI of 0! (Well almost) Crysophilax's Gallery and Web Page
11/27/08 12:51 AM GMT
I had your color version of this on my desktop up until about five minutes ago. I love the color version myself, and I intend on using it for a desktop at a future time as well.

Great composition, no matter how you present it!

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We don’t make art to show someone what something looks like. All this requires is eyes (or a lens). Art is supposed to have meaning, emotion, power, or magic. Alan & Mario "FourThirds"
11/27/08 2:27 AM GMT
B/W for me. Excellent detail and tonal quality.
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comments/critiques always appreciated
11/28/08 7:37 PM GMT
I found it in the voting booth. A very good B/W shot. I like it.
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11/30/08 9:45 AM GMT
Amazing picture. Really like it. Great work.
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