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    Building b&w



    b&w conversion in Lightroom

    Griffith observatory in L.A. California

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    Re: Building b&w

    Wow, I like this a lot. Very sharp, great sky graduation. Nice inclusion of bg landscape. Only a very minor nitpick, maybe clone out the "knobby" light and/or camera protrusions. Or at least the one in the left center archway.

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    Re: Building b&w

    Arne,
    cloning the lamps will make it look cleaner, thanks for the suggestion

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    Re: Building b&w

    What Arne said +1, also do you have a similar shot with a little more space on the left ?
    Pete

    Isn't it a cool thing in nature that the colours never seem to clash...

    I have no issues with you editing my photos

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    Re: Building b&w

    Thanks Pete

    I do not have another shot , and I see what you mean, it feels to tight

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    Re: Building b&w

    I like this shot very much. I agree with the first post about cleaning it up by removing the lights. I only say that because it stood out to me prior to reading any responses I do however love that it's in B&W. I'm a fan of B&W. I think the lighting is wonderful and it sets a nice mood.

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