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    I love taking pictures in cemeteries, have for years. It was a very gloomy day so I decided to find the local cemetery here and let me tell you, it's huge! I didn't even get to see all of it. It's also quite beautiful.

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    great fd but that first one? needs to be b&w, dynamic high contrast POSSIBLY even an HDR image.

    They're really good but its just that first one I can see in b&w
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    I can see loads in black and white. Let me change that first one and then I will repost it. :D Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 129315
    I can see loads in black and white. Let me change that first one and then I will repost it. :D Thanks!
    high contrast though! none of this straight forward low contrast, grey all over stuff :D Blacks and whites
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    Here it is in B&W.

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    Great photos -it looks like a scene from a movie






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    Okay, so I changed the brightness with the black and white, and ended with this result. The previous one seemed a little dark. Also, did the time machine effect with the angel.
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    love that time machine

    I wish the b&w one had a more moody sky, not much you could have done about that but have you tried the HDR technique? it works REALLY well in cemetaries and churches generally
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    I LOVE your images!!!
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    Yep, it was gloomy, but I could only do so much. Hmmm, the hdr technique, not sure I'm familiar with that.

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