Science Museum of Virginia

Discussion in 'B&W images' started by beavens, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. beavens

    beavens Forum Helper

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    Also an ex-train station.:D

    Thanks for looking!

    Jeff

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  2. AlanLichty

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    Nice set of takeaways. Old time tech like #1, #2, and #4 just feel right sans colors. #3 wasn't so much old tech but the lines are the prime focus of the scene and B&W keeps me from being distracted from them. Nice work.
     
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    Agree with Alan.
     
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    What a cool place Jeff. I am liking the details in #1 and 3 the most.

    Are these B&W conversions?
     
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    Nice! I like the 3.
     
  6. beavens

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    Thanks all! I appreciate the comments.

    Jim - yup! All shot on the Fuji XT-3 and converted using LR. The sepia effect was done with Silver Efex Pro.

    Jeff
     

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