Trying Black & White
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12-11-10, 02:17 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: East Dorset
Have to agree with amk, a really nice image - and the underlying sepia tone adds to the mood/feel.
You mention the conversion as much as the image - any info on the conversion?
My only criticism, and where I contra amk, is I think the bright wet slabs are a little distracting and my eye lingers on them while passing from train to figures. Perhaps some careful toning down/burning could help? I kinda want to see more of the joins in the slabs...
Apart from that, top image.
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