Mokie, The Warrior Monkey
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Gnomoalto
Gnomoalto
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good idea, but imho a little bit more colour
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wedoo2
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Nice
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WhisperingSage
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LunaC
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It's great in B&W. Nice work.
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Ligden
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MikiDora
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Tawiskaro
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tilakraj
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billywillgo
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COMMENTS

SplatShot
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That's a good one, Billy! Ansel also said ‘You don’t take a photograph, you make it’. Kinda like what we do here. He could be our founding father!... lol
SplatShot
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Yes he did. Sorry Sage, guess I'm being a little bit defensive after being screwed over in the contest before this one.
billywillgo
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"There are no rules to good photographs, there are only good photographs". Ansel Adams
WhisperingSage
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Yes, Splat, Ansel Adams also used the dark room!
SplatShot
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Hell... Norman Rockwell would use dirt from his garden in some of his paintings. And we here use texture, filters, and transform tools. So... What is your point?
SplatShot
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Sage, Ansel Adams used a lot of post processing in the development of his images. Some (no-name) photography critics scorn his techniques. I could care less at how he arrived at his "famous" Masterpieces.
WhisperingSage
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And Vic, I vote low on entries that have flaws.
WhisperingSage
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Ansel Adams used texture in his B&Ws.
SplatShot
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Thanks for the kudos, vote and your opinion, G! I might recommend researching Ansel Adams B&W photography. It could change your perspective upon monochromatic images. Then again? Not that what I've done here even slightly compares to his abilities.
vicspa
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Sage, I give low votes when chops are not good, unlike you I know how to judge a chop. You are just a Photoshop Moron.
billywillgo
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When you vote 37 on just about everything, even some incredibly good submission where others are voting in the upper 60's and higher... I don't think you should make comments about people low voting.
WhisperingSage
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Sure is, Vic, like you, low voting me and others. Get with it already.
SplatShot
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Thanks Wedoo. I agree. B&W images with their deep tones and high contrast are very dramatic indeed! I try one now and again and sometimes they do get a little love. So don't give up on them.
vicspa
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Yea! there’s alot of things lacking around here.
wedoo2
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I happen to love B&W entries. It adds drama but usually don't get the votes. I submitted one a week ago and it was my favorite submission and scored poorly. But I loved it.
SplatShot
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Thanks for the "positive" up up beat comment, Luna! Something this site is sorely short of.
SplatShot
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I think it's "just fine" the way it is. But you are welcome to your own preference Vic.
vicspa
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It would’ve been more effective in color IMO
 

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