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Red Sky - Mood Change
 
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Photographer Andre Denis  Andre Denis {Karma:66437}
Project #42 Moody Landscape Camera Model Fuji S 5000
Categories Landscape
Film Format Digital JPEG Norm
Portfolio Landscapes
The Darker Side
Lens Fujinon
Uploaded 10/6/2006 Film / Memory Type Digital
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 727 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/8.0
Critiques 17 Rating
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Location City -  Barnstable / Cape Cod
State -  MA
Country - United States   United States
About This image was taken at Sandy Neck Beach, Cape Cod Ma, on Sept. 25/06.

This is the exact same image as my previous post "Red Sky"
Different crop, converted to B&W, levelled and toned.

Isn't it interesting how the mood of an image can change so much sometimes when it is converted to B&W

The exposure was taken from the sky. Hand held, with a fairly low shutter speed.

Comments always appreciated.
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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 10/23/2006
Thanks Andre :) your comments are always honest and this is something I really appreciate.

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/23/2006
I knew it!!
I guarantee that I will not be the only one that figures it out :)
You will get comments from me anyway at either account.
Andre

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 10/23/2006
Yes that's another account I thought would give more freedom to experiment, and to see the kind of feedback without any obligatory compliments. You have sharp eyes by the way :)

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/23/2006
Thank you Kanwarpreet,
I thought about the position of the building, and decided that this more hidden view would in the long run be more effective. A little more mysterious maybe?
I'm glad you like my work! It's very nice of you to say that. Thank you.
Andre

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/23/2006
Thank you Fadel!
I thought that you might like this one. I was very happy with the effect in B&W. The feeling that I get from the grass and clouds reminds me of some of your images, so I am especially pleased that you like it. The clouds were great that day!

I just have to ask... There is a new Usefilm member with the initials FJ, from Canada, using a Cannon 300D, with only a few images up. I just had a look at them and the style seems very familiar to me :) I'm just wondering if this is someone with a similar style to you or have you started a new portfolio?
Andre

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 10/23/2006
Yes! a powerful BW image Andre! I do agree with you that the mood is very different from the color one, the color one is beautiful but I like this one more, the clouds are just magnificent!

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Kanwarpreet Singh Kanwarpreet Singh   {K:1868} 10/21/2006
Lovely vision, great sharpness and framing. I personally would have liked it even more if the house was a bit more visible. :) Always love your work.

Rgds.
kp

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/12/2006
Hi Ray,
Thanks for the comment on this one. I think that dune grasses in general have so much potential in B&W. Especially when flowing in all different directions. There is only a hint of what I'm talking about in this one. But the more I see this one, the more I like it. I think the shores of New England are almost identical to the shores of Old England. So many similarities.
Andre

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/12/2006
Thanks Kes,
This is one of those images that doesn't appear too overwhelming at first, but I find myself liking this version more and more all the time. I even put it on my desktop and I'm still not tired of it. Sometimes that happens to me with an image.
Andre

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stingRay pt.4 . stingRay pt.4 .   {K:249680} 10/9/2006
It looked powerful and dramatic in the colour version my dear Andre but I agree with Dave in that the drama has increased even more so with these wonderful mono tones. The accent is certainly with the sky and grasses and as Kes observed the cabin has taken a back seat. What a change from the original. Two shots for the price of one. Well done to you my friend. My very best wishes to you as always.....Ray:)

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Kes  Kes     {K:20241} 10/7/2006
Hi Andre,

Yes, there is quite a difference in their mood. Here, the structure doesn't look so inviting...and the foreground grasses seem to be the main subject.

Kes

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/6/2006
Thanks Galal, for visiting and commenting!
I appreciate it.
Andre

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Galal El Missary   {K:84569} 10/6/2006
Nice composition & tones , well taken .

Galal

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/6/2006
Thanks Dave.
Quite a difference in this image, that's for sure.
Andre

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66437} 10/6/2006
Thanks for visiting and for commenting Don!

The image just before this one in my portfolio is exactly the same shot with a different crop and colour. You might be surprised at the difference the colour makes in altering the perception of the image.
I'm glad you see this version the way you stated.
Andre

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Dave Stacey Dave Stacey   {K:150877} 10/6/2006
The sky looks more dramatic in this shot, Andre, whereas the colour was more spectacular from a visual standpoint. You're right the change in mood is substantial and can be completely different between the colour and b/w.
Dave.

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Don Nguyen Don Nguyen   {K:323} 10/6/2006
great tones. looks like a storm is coming. very dreary mood. great photo

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