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Sunday, 20 February 2011

Sunday, Sunday!


Black and White film's such a pain. I think these two were literally the only two that came out well. It's like coupling a bad camera with bad film, the lighting has to be just right. This was taken right in the middle of the day, and it looks incredibly dark. I really like that the two can be pieced together to make one full picture though, it's probably my favorite picture of all time, not least of all because I love France.

28 comments:

  1. Nice, like the contrast between, giving the depth of the image some great values and atmosphere.

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  2. Very cool, looks like one of those iconic pictures from the turn of the 20th century.

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  3. Paris is a great city. And so romantic when it's raining.

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  4. I'd love to go to Paris someday! :)

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  5. i love it, you should put them in fancy frames and sell them, the purple is beautiful

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  6. I'm going to move to Paris when I'm older one day. :)

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  7. pretty cool picture. I want to visit paris!

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  8. Anything black and white and I automatically zone out. My attention span for black and white is none existant =3

    I actually didn't notice the eiffel tower until after I read your post =D

    Anyway, great blog. Followed.

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  9. It's eerie in a kind of way, nice picture.

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  10. eh, i hate black and white films..they hurt my eyes :(

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  11. seems like the black and white really minimizes any distractions in the background of the picture and forces the eye to focus on the center piece

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  12. france is wonderful. love the black and white stuff

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  13. I guess it takes a bit of practice.

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  14. the hell? did you take this through a stained glass window or something?

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  15. Are you taking that from inside a window?

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  16. the picture is very dark....

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  17. It's like from a horror movie...

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  18. what kind of lens and aperture did you use?

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  19. the combination of both pictures is great! they have a dreamy and dark atmosphere. In this case the Eiffel tower is well known, so the idea is still there

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