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12.52 Dog walking
12.52 Dog walking

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Collection: B&W a Week 2008
Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Location: Wiesbaden
Date: Mar 26, 2008
Galleries: Black and White
Date Uploaded: Mar 28, 2008

Viewed: 285
Comments: 11
Favorites: 1 (view)

Out trying to shoot for curves on a rather gray afternoon. Conversion was using the CS3 B&W tool. Cloned out the back end of the car.

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04/20/2008 11:25:36 PM
I like how you've used the angle to lead the eye down the staircase and then out onto the street to see the dog/owner. Good job on the B&W conversion.
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04/09/2008 05:16:11 PM
for me the lines either there or implied give this a good feel and keep my eye moving around.
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04/02/2008 10:04:31 PM
Nice angle and perspective, feels like you ran out to call this guy
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03/31/2008 01:53:58 PM
I like the vertiginous composition. that's funny, because normally I'm a little afraid of heights...
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03/30/2008 11:44:59 AM
The angles are interesting but feel odd. The images weight seems to be leaning mostly to the handrail so I might need to come back to it at some point to get more that I might be missing. Conversion...processing are great.
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03/29/2008 06:35:06 AM
the confounding angles are really emphasized in this b/w version - it REALLY works
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03/29/2008 02:18:19 AM
It is amazing to see how making this a B&W image creates a whole different feel. nicely done.
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03/29/2008 12:37:54 AM
I like the feeling that I'm walking down the steps but I have to keep looking at the Man and his dog, but then I have to keep checking the stairs as well. A constant jump from one to the other. Good choice for b&w nice job on the clone out.
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03/28/2008 10:32:21 PM
I like that the dog (rather than the man) is in the sweet spot. Good leading lines as well.
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03/28/2008 05:50:03 PM
I love the leading lines in this, they draw the eye directly to the man and the dog. This looks very good in black and white, it was rather bland and washed out looking in the color version.
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03/28/2008 05:39:18 PM
Aha, this is a prime example of a shot that is so much better in B&W. Good job cloning out the car (They do get in the way sometimes, don't they?) I can't figure out if the road is actually a bit wet, or if it is actually just the road surface, it looks a bit shiny to me. I like this a lot.
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