Black & White, monotone and sepia

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I like the angle you chose, as well as the lone candle pooling beneath those feat and that character leaning out rather like a gargoyle on the art hostel's wall.
 

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intense, any chance of getting you to post your nighttime portrait in a larger size? I'd love to get a better view - it looks to me as though you caught the light beautifully!

Ferry, thanks for your portrait - lovely light in her eyes and it works very well in black and white.
 

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This is a winner - super portrait. Tony's eyes and the intensity of his stare...his glasses, beard and hair - all absolutely wonderful.
 

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BBW, I can post it larger, you just tell me how larger and I will resize the original. Keep in mind that the original is 8.75 MB and it may be too large for the forum.
 

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Thanks Christilou - one of my first attempts with Nik Silver Efex

Original was a G1 jpeg, (pity I did not have the RAW file!)
 

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Quite cool - eerie yes, and spooky! This could be a still from an old Sherlock Holmes film! Basil Rathbone must be just about to stride in with his deerhunter, caped tweed coat and pipe! Kind of an HDR look, too.
 
"Black & White, monotone and sepia" ... hmmm ...
This is a full color photo (pretty accurate color, actually) of a "Black & White, monotone and sepia" subject.

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This was one of the first shots I took with a Canon S3is, about 4-5 years ago. I ended up pretty happy with the camera for a year or two.
 
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Always pushing the envelope, José!:biggrin: Actually that's a very interesting photo - full color of those three subtle objects. Lovely textures and the tones are quite lovely.

Kathy - the foggy background is great - nice feeling of depth even with the limitations that fog can place. Glad to know it was early and it feels as though it was wet, too. A very subdued and pretty scene - that one streetlight or park light glowing in the back right, is a really nice extra touch.
 

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