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Great jhm 2006-03-31 5:46

Hi Mpampis,
A very nice detailed of this "tied hope" as well as the title, indeed I like your experment picture, sharp passes from complete dark to completely bright creates the moment of surprise. My question why in B/W?
Have a nice weekend,
John.

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Old 03-31-2006, 12:49 PM
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Hi John

Well, the sun was very strong and this is not good for a color photo. Anyway, the most important was to express the feelings of "tied hopes" witha a B&W version.

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Hi Mpampis,

I'm very glad with your answer, this is a clarify answer.
I'm not fan of B/W, but it's very difficult work in B/W, I have 40 year works in B/W!

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Hi John

I see. But it's never late to work with a B&W photo! :) Try your own to see the effect!

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