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    Aerials in B&W

    Having some fun to convert aerials into B&W with Silver Efex Pro 2:





    More B&W with SEP2 here:

    http://outbackphoto.smugmug.com/Samp...ilver-Efex-V2/
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    Uwe Steinmueller
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    Re: Aerials in B&W

    I especially like your third image of the reservoir. Following the contour around the shoreline is quite mesmerizing.

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    Re: Aerials in B&W

    Very nice photographs,I like last one photograph how you capture this photograph?I like your concept of photography.I must say that you nice photographer.

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    Do not understand the first image.

    What is that ?

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    Re: Aerials in B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by CameraLover View Post
    Do not understand the first image.

    What is that ?
    Mountain area.
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