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Great magalik 2012-06-13 11:36

Hi Craig,
Such an outstanding work you made on this shot...
Love the mood you succeeded to get. Love the moody shots like this. As a member told you, it looks like a scene from an old movie, inspired from a polar for sure. It makes me think about the Godfather.
Like the dusty texture on the hotel that your b&w work gives. The heavy sky in the same tones as the hotel contributes to the mood too.
Night is interesting for b&w photography, for getting moody shots, funny also to play with street lighting as you made here.
Really a very good image. A favorite for me. Sincere compliments.
Very glad to see this kind of works here, so unusual. Creative, moody, b&w, sad atmosphere and I like that ! :)
And you know what : hope that you will propose others like this one ! :-p I will be there ! ;)
Cheers

Magali

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Old 06-13-2012, 07:09 PM
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Hi Magali
I'm so glad you enjoyed the photo! I wasn't sure about adding it to TE beacause of the yellow coloring....thought people may be turned off by that.

Personally, i like it alot too
Its much appreciated!
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craig
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Old 06-13-2012, 08:04 PM
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It's true that many people don't like to see color in a b&w shot dominating but me, depending of course of the shot, I'm not disturbed by that. And in your shot, it works well like that, doesn't disturb the strong mood.
Keep on like this !
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