March 23, 2013 § 12 Comments
Tanti est exercitus, quanti imperator
Tagged: black and white, black and white photography, people, photography, street photography
Very atmospheric image! 🙂
I love the way the figures break up the rhythm of the columns and the shadows, which together form a sort of frame.
Great shot! Like the horizontal – vertical; the light and the figures.
Another superb shot. I still have problems seeing in B&W and determining what image would make a great B&W. However, your photos are an inspiration and in general and nice to look at. Keep up the great work.
thanks for your comment! I usually shot b&w because when I starded with photography b&w was the only chemical process that you could manage at home.. after many years I still love b&w more than everything else!
Thank you for liking my zany drawings, I love the contrast in your photos!!
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this one look like a pencil sketch .. you captured it so perfect
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