Here are some of the vehicles I’ve encountered recently. I must admit…a little Photoshop experiment has also been performed.
But hey, I like the result 🙂
This entry was posted on 12/03/2011 by arzki. It was filed under B&W Photography, City, City Photography, Photoshop and was tagged with 18-55 mm, B&W Photography, Black & White, black and white, Bus, Car, City Photography, London, Photography, Traffic, United Kingdom.
Cool–I love to do this with photos, and the vivid red and yellow are incredible against the black and white. I didn’t even question it at first, only afterward realizing there was no color at all in the background, not that it was a fairly colorless city scene.
13/03/2011 at 03:09
Thanks. I also like the result. To be honest, even if it weren’t for the B&W, in the above scenes the red/yellow of the buses always stands out. So I thought I push it a little bit further.
13/03/2011 at 13:53
Very beautiful color processing ! Well done !
22/03/2011 at 12:15
Thanks a lot. I’m still on a learning path, so different type of experiments will be seen on this blog.
I must still find my own style. Anyway… the B&W is definitely among my favorite types of photography.
22/03/2011 at 12:21
Cool. Where’d you take that? I love it. May I use your photo for my header blog? 😀
#Nice to know your blog anyway. I’m gema, Indonesian 😉
06/02/2012 at 05:23
I am glad you like the pictures. The first 2 pics are taken on the streets of London, and the last one is in taken in Reading.
You can use the photo for the header of your blog. Would be nice to give a reference back to my blog 🙂
06/02/2012 at 13:38
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