Monday, January 15, 2007

Black and white (B&W) week

Posted by PicasaKicks off here with this shot taken today from behind the King Alfred Leisure centre in Hove. I know you should always ask permission to take a photo, but I didn't want to wake the guy on the left ;). There's a wonderful symetry to this shot and it works really well in black and white.
Which kicks off a week in Black and White for this Brighton Photos site.
ALSO: Some help needed, I'm thinking of getting the Canon 400D - anyone got one, and recommend it?
ALSO ALSO: My learned colleague Jim Byford suggested that I may invite people to "guest" post on this site (which I think is a wonderful idea) - so if you'd like to post as a guest on the site please contact me (you need to post Brighton Photos of course!)

8 comments:

  1. hi! just stumbled on your photoblog. great photo - excellent composition/framing. with an increase in contrast, it might look even more dramatic.

    the 400d is one of my cameras and i highly recommend it as a light, portable digi slr. also, canon lenses are absolutely fantastic so you could go really far with this camera.

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  2. Great shot, I love B&W.

    I was looking at the 400d, and the Nikon D80. In the end I went for the Nikon D40 as I am a real beginner and it is so user friendly.

    I think you can't go far wrong with any of those.

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  3. I'm looking forward to black & white week & really like this photo. May I post photos from Brighton, Michigan, USA?

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  4. I can do some photo posts from time to time from my archive of brighton images if that counts...

    Here is one from yesterday afternoon

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  5. Very nice Dean! Nice couple of pairs! LOL!;)

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  6. This is a very nicely composed shot. Has a very nice and warm feeling

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  7. You are so wonderful - can you email me your brighton photo's (US or UK) to harveydean_uk@hotmail.com and I'll put them up asap....thank you all...

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  8. There's a warmth to this shot afforded by the human interaction with the viewer whilst the clarity of composition and tone keep it aesthetically distant. Sorry - in short, I think it's great!

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