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Great Wandering_Dan 2009-04-07 10:06

Hi, Way -

I had started to write that I didn't think this would work in B&W, since a large part of the photo's fascination for me is the use of few but powerful colors.

Then I thought maybe I should check it out first. And it works! I posted the results in the Workshop.

I do like this one as it is, as well. As I said above, the colors are few and powerful - a great combination. The lines and curves are strong in either representation.

Best,
Dan

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Old 04-07-2009, 09:41 PM
Waylim Waylim is offline
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Thanks Dan,
For the workshop, I was sure it really would be any good, but looking at your worshop Wow, was I wrong, it's every bit as good as I think it can be without colors.

I wouldn't mind if you give me all the steps you took to get there, if it's convinience, I have my own way, I just carious to what others do. Thanks again.

Have a wonderful day.
Way
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Old 04-11-2009, 09:23 PM
Wandering_Dan Wandering_Dan is offline
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Hi, Way -

The description of the technique (about 20 steps) is a Word document. I need your email address to send it to you.

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Dan
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