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First crack at B&W Urban Street Photography


Active Member
As the title says, yesterday, the 14th of August, was my first venture into B&W High Contrast Urban Photography in Seattle, Washington. I've attached three, but there's a few more that I'm working on. I'm still uneasy about getting into peoples spaces, but perhaps I'll grow into it in time. Be that as it may, I had a blast walking about the Pioneer Square area of Seattle and seeing soooo many people from all walks of life. Comments are always welcome. KenKEH_2060Graffiti 11024 .jpgKEH_2141Seattle Scene 1 1024.jpgKEH_2141Seattle Scene 1 1024.jpgKEH_2145 Seattle Scene 2 1024 nik.jpg


Old Hand
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G'day Ken

Yes mate - mono does have a different feel to it than 'regular ol' colour' ~ of these #1 gives me more vibes as it shows a bit of the personality of the district via the wall-art. For me, I'd like a little less tree leaves so that my eyes are left concentrating on the lower 2/3 of the image. Otherwise 'well done' mate :)