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Thread: On the river.

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    Wow! That's amazing. Just snapped it, eh? The zoning in this shot is wonderful. Have you studied any of Ansel Adams' work?

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    why the b&w pic?
    B&W shots offer an opportunity that colored shots don't. With B&W, you can set mood instead of scenery; pull attention to the light not the color; by taking away color-- the photographer opens up a whole array of thought-provoking shots that otherwise color would distract from. You're forced to stop and study the picture the same way one artist might get up close and try to figure out the brushwork of another artists' painting.

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    Poor guy! Who stole his motor?lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aminax
    Wow! That's amazing. Just snapped it, eh? The zoning in this shot is wonderful. Have you studied any of Ansel Adams' work?



    B&W shots offer an opportunity that colored shots don't. With B&W, you can set mood instead of scenery; pull attention to the light not the color; by taking away color-- the photographer opens up a whole array of thought-provoking shots that otherwise color would distract from. You're forced to stop and study the picture the same way one artist might get up close and try to figure out the brushwork of another artists' painting.
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    Thanks Aminax.. I've never actually studied Ansel Adams. .but I know and am very impressed by his work. I agree with you completely that removing color changes the mood and focus of a photo. Thats sort of what I was going for with this shot.

    This is another one that I like. Different use of contrast though.

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    Oh, this is a great shot. You couldn't have asked for better lighting. And the way you were able to capture the back light in the sky without losing detail in the building is true skill.

    *sigh* Makes me want to grab the Nikon and go for a stroll.

    My professor knew Ansel Adams and talked of him a lot. Apparently, after he started making money through his famous shots, he moved to northern Minnesota where he bought a huge chunk of land. It was so big and so far up north, that there was a pack of wolves that frequented his path.
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