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bani12

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Here are some images from Rome converted into black & white. As always, any advice is welcome :)

 

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rome-001.jpg

 

#2

rome-002.jpg

 

#3

rome-003.jpg

 

#4

rome-004.jpg

 

#5

rome-005.jpg



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Nice captures Urban.

My preferred is #1

Also, a nice lightbeam on the ceiling of the Pantheon ceiling. Was this in the early morning/late afternoon?

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A b&w great series, Urban.

I like your processing.



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bani12

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Nice captures Urban.

My preferred is #1

Also, a nice lightbeam on the ceiling of the Pantheon ceiling. Was this in the early morning/late afternoon?

 

Thank you, Jerry! This was taken at around midday. The beam was best visible from the entrance up. I was very surprised nobody noticed that :)

 

A b&w great series, Urban.

I like your processing.

 

Thank you, Bart! Appreciated!



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I concur. Very nice images. What camera and lens (or lenses) did you use, Urban?

 

--Ron



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I concur. Very nice images. What camera and lens (or lenses) did you use, Urban?

 

--Ron

 

Thank you, Ron! Pantheon shots were taken with Nikon 20mm f1.8, rest with Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC. Camera was my d750.


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A lovely set of pictures, I'll go with 1 also, although they are all great.

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Thank you so much, Rob!



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I like #2 as well, the shaft of light makes that photo.







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