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b&w flower

b&w  flower
Copyright ©2006, manuel sousa
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Photographer: manuel sousa
Folder: curia.pt
Uploaded: 18-Apr-2006 21:24 CEST
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Camera: Olympus C8080
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A very interesting shot, it's almost artistic in style! like a B&W pencil or charcoal drawing.

Have you thought of trying this same image with the flower and the stem in colour and the remaining image in B&W, I have done similar shots, the impact is quite impressive.

Very well done.

Obrigado, Ian

Ian Reed at 00:35 CEST on 19-Apr-2006 [Reply]

effective style

I like the almost metallic sheen of the leaves. Was this shot b/w straight out of the camera or converted to b/w?

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Donald Bryant at 00:36 CEST on 19-Apr-2006 [Reply]

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Ian Reed wrote:
> A very interesting shot, it's almost artistic in style! like a B&W pencil or charcoal drawing.
>
> Have you thought of trying this same image with the flower and the stem in colour and the
> remaining image in B&W, I have done similar shots, the impact is quite impressive.
>
> Very well done.
>
> Obrigado, Ian
> Thanks, Ian
I didn?t applied any plugin effect; about the flower and the stem in colour i think it results very weel, but i don?t know how to do that, i think...i never tried.
Regards,
Manuel Sousa

manuel sousa at 10:59 CEST on 19-Apr-2006 [Reply]

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Donald Bryant wrote:
> I like the almost metallic sheen of the leaves. Was this shot b/w straight out of the camera
> or converted to b/w?
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> bert
>Hi Donald,
This shot was not converted. i only worked on levels.
Thank you for your interest.
Regards, Manuel Sousa

manuel sousa at 11:01 CEST on 19-Apr-2006 [Reply]