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    Member Erik_Olympus's Avatar
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    Money is Black and White

    Not my usual style


    P3011039 by erikzen, on Flickr

    Image made using an E-PM2 with Olympus m4/3 14-42mm II R, using grainy black and white art filter in camera.

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    Re: Money is Black and White

    I think it needs a bit more by the way of explanation, because although it looks interesting, I'm not sure what I'm looking at.
    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: Money is Black and White

    Unique composition. Not sure the razor-thin plane of focus works for me here. I'd like to see more detail deeper into the shot. And maybe back off the blacks a tad to show at least a hint of detail in the dark abyss.
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    Re: Money is Black and White

    It's the wall of a greasy spoon chili joint that's been there for about 100 years. The wall is plastered with $1 bills put up for "good luck".

    Thanks for the comments. I'll play around with it and see if I can get more details out of the dark shadows.

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