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PostSubject: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 6:01 am

This is the version that the Camera Club President asked me to enter in the Greater Detroit Council print competition. After he saw the print that Tracy produced, he was really happy that he had asked! Kat

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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 8:37 am

I can't even tell you for sure which one I like better..... This one is amazing too....they both have such emotion, the color one has a different feel to it, and this one is also simply wonderful....

Glad you liked your prints. Love to keep my customers satisfied. Engine 734 Black & White J2 Engine 734 Black & White J2 Engine 734 Black & White J2 Engine 734 Black & White J2 Engine 734 Black & White J2 Engine 734 Black & White J2
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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 10:53 am

It looks good in BW too Kat.

Have you tried doing a Sepia toned version?
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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 1:16 pm

Kat what a super conversion! Love it in B&W too!
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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 2:13 pm

Bad Bad Man wrote:
It looks good in BW too Kat. Have you tried doing a Sepia toned version?

I haven't done it yet, Stewart - although the colored version at times (in person) almost has that tinge. I'm thinking that my train pix will fit into a certain niche market. That's when I will probably start doing the Sepia.

By the way, there are times when I use a Sepia overlay layer set at 10% on a Black & White image. For some reason, it doesn't change the B&W look but gives it a little extra depth.
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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 10:40 pm

This is excellent! I just love the feel...and it's great in b/w (or even a tint of color).
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PostSubject: Re: Engine 734 Black & White   Engine 734 Black & White Icon_minitimeThu Feb 01, 2007 11:06 pm

Thanks, Terri - it was literally a thrilling moment. I could "feel" the train and its power.
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