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Getting ready for the big trip (I hope)

Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by Kevin Fox, Oct 7, 2017.

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    I rather like wildlife shots in black and white, I know that i`m in a minority, but that does not bother me. I think Kevin, that if the birds were nearer the middle, the shot would work better from a composition angle.

    However, I do like the feel of the shot and the black and white conversion is interesting, makes me think more than a standard colour shot does.
     
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    Thanks, the bottom part had a bunch of swimming geese in the water, a chopped the off. The scene in reality was void of color, bad weather and all, so I decided to go black and white.
     
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    I like the moment you captured and the black and white processing works perfectly for this.
     
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    Thanks David.
     
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    Black and white is easy on the eye. Nice shot.
     
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