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I think Rudbeckia (Blackeye Susan) are stunning flowers. I never thought they would so cool in monochrome. My contribution to The Weekend in Black and White August 19, 2016
If you want the color version, here you go.
Posted on Friday, August 19th, 2016 at 8:00 am. Filed under: Blog, HDR, Monochrome, Plant/Flower RSS 2.0 feed.
Wow, they make quite the statement in a large grouping like that.
I never used to like flowers in black and white, but then I realised how well the details show. Your two photos manage to look very different. The colour is stunning and “in your face”, while the black and white seems much more delicate – we can see the leaf and petal details so much better.
Really amazing the flowers in monochrome !
I like it!
Greetings from Germany
They both have their charm, but in this case the monochrome wins with me – an abstraction got better
if you printed it with just a touch more grayscale, it would make great writing paper (stationery).
Wow! What a great outcome, Wayne! You have really succeeded with the converting to B&W!
These flowers look stunning en masse. Dramatic in black and white.
you are right – they are beautiful in B&W .
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