Moody Black & White Foto

I took this photo with Mauro at The Brickworks a couple of weeks back. It looked nothing like this, I should add. The post processing was inspired by another photographer, who Mauro altered me of earlier today. The guy’s specialty is moody black & whites. I normally don’t mess with my photos this much, but I really do like the effect. Hope you do too. This will be my last photo of the night.

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14 Responses to Moody Black & White Foto

  1. lynnwiles says:

    So fundamental jelly, you and I were all posting bridge shots today. It’s interesting to see the variety of shots we all came up with and why all bridges. Yours is very nice btw.

  2. davecandoit says:

    LOL… Just a little Tom Foolery for ya. 🙂 Now we should both post the same message on Bob’s blog! 🙂 Just kidding. Sometimes I can be worse than a little kid, eh?

  3. aswirly says:

    Oooh moody. I’m feeling dark and broody just looking at this. Sweet processing. Looks nice and dramatic with all the heavy shadow. Now all you need is some giant spiders to really shake this scene up. *eeek, squeal*

  4. milkayphoto says:

    Very dramatic and moody indeed. Just one teeny, tiny observation. There is a bright white rectangle (probably from a sign on the fence) between the bridge supports that I find disctracting as it pulls my eye to it.

  5. davecandoit says:

    Thanks Tracy. I can’t believe I missed that. Nice catch. The photo is much improved.

  6. Its settled, we are going with the Great Minds theme. Love the shot.

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