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October 15, 2007

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david

Yes!
It's always worth giving flipping a go and it's amazing what a difference it can make.
I love that first shot with the three woman flipped but in the first(unflipped) one I like the tension of their direction with the 'reading' left to write western way.
The lower one does, as you say appear brighter due to the fact that the stained background comes more into play in the first (unflipped) as it recedes from left to right. In the second it builds with the direction of the picture.
I agree with your observations of the second picture as it's all about the mustard clad lady's glance.
Another TOP NOTCH thread!!

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Back in my film days, 90% of my photographs were shot in b&w. Over time, I came to think in b&w. Only now do I realize what a powerful mindset that was. When you remove the color information, your mind changes. Think about how your previsualization works when you know that the color you are seeing will not be part of the final image. You immediately begin to focus on things like texture, contrast, tonal range, shape, and form. All of the subtle things can turn a good image into a great image. Heck, I used to actually use the "zone system" to place the shadows or highlights right where I wanted them. Just thinking about the zone system before pressing the shutter is an exercise in good photography. It causes you to consider the elements in the photographs as elements and how they should work as part of the whole.

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