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The beach, winter edition III (BW)
 
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Photographer Fadel J  Fadel J {Karma:13974}
Project #42 Moody Landscape Camera Model Canon 300D
Categories Landscape
Nature
Film Format
Portfolio Moody
Lens Canon 10-22mm EFS 3.5-4.5
Uploaded 1/12/2005 Film / Memory Type 256MB Flash
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 2381 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/11
Critiques 52 Rating Critique Only Image
Location City - 
State -  ONTARIO
Country - Canada   Canada
About The BW version of the previous upload.
I would appreciate if you tell me which one you prefer, or even if neither!
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There are 52 Comments in 1 Pages
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Hussam AL_ Khoder   {K:79545} 5/26/2009
I like this image a lot, it's Definitely an interesting image, well composed shot.
All the best.

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Ayan Mukherjee Ayan Mukherjee   {K:119} 4/1/2009
excellant ..Is it a single bracket shot or multiple bracket shot compiled in single image?

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Avi  Avi     {K:70138} 6/1/2008
simply fabulous, and goes into my favs !!

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Hamed Noori   {K:6805} 9/1/2007
Great shot. Bravoo

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Anderson Miranda   {K:1231} 4/4/2007
Hi Fadel!

I am very impressed with all your beatiful photographic work!!!!

I would like to invite you to be a contributor artist of my online fineart store:

www.andersonmiranda.com

Fell free to email me: fineart@andersonmiranda.com

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fokstrot . fokstrot .   {K:6560} 2/15/2007
Good one!

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Herman Pieters Herman Pieters   {K:508} 6/23/2006
You've got a very good eye! but i guess that lens helps a lot too!

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Maurizio Massetti Maurizio Massetti   {K:30463} 4/16/2006
Excellent shot!

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özcan çeltikli özcan çeltikli   {K:3575} 2/22/2006
ich finde diese Sw foto sehr fein.

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 11/8/2005
Hi Mary, this was taken in Canada, Ontario, Hamilton beach, more specifically you'll find it if you take the QEW highway west from Toronto and exit on East Port.

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Jara Parijayee    {K:4964} 11/2/2005
Remembering Ansel Adams, classic touch!

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opıı li   {K:-26} 11/1/2005
I think both of them are great. but the frame dosent fit so good imho...
regards
ozgur

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M . M .   {K:98} 10/22/2005
CAN I ASK YOU STH?WHERE DID YOU TOOK THE PIC?ITS A GREAT PLACE!

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M . M .   {K:98} 10/21/2005
I honestly dont know what to say abt you photo..its so beautiful..i love beaches and the B&W version...its great!

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Ehdae  (Abullha AL Hazza)   {K:4725} 9/3/2005
wow wow wow what a super B&W tones well done Fadel

Congrats on the EC

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SORRENTE Patrick   {K:3307} 9/2/2005
Love it !!!!!!!

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 8/30/2005
so recongrats.. marvellous just a EC well deserved it!
cheers
roby

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delete my account   {K:3679} 8/28/2005
Amazing work!
congrats man

into my favs

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- -   {K:6282} 4/27/2005
Wonderful! - Crisp and tonal at the same time - The BW is the one I prefer - H

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Linda See Linda See   {K:1672} 2/21/2005
both has it own beauty. :)

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Tim  Schumm Tim  Schumm   {K:29196} 1/21/2005
Just love the drama that the B/W version allows. this is a stunning composition Fadel

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Peter De Rycke Peter De Rycke   {K:41212} 1/20/2005
Very strong capture with excellent depth and tones ! Wow ..
Peter

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Carsten Ranke   {K:14476} 1/18/2005
Hands down I prefer the B&W, the great perspective and sky/ ground interaction come to shine better without distracting color...

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 1/18/2005
Thanks Hugo very much for the very valuable comment! Yes I understand what you mean and I agree that digital BW in most cases can be an easy way to artistic images, but still I think there are some images that are really meant to be BW and if done right (even digitally) can be masterpieces (example on the top of my head: http://www.usefilm.com/image/627461.html which I can't visualize in color). What do you think?
Thanks once again Hugo, I really appreciate it!

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Chris Hudson Chris Hudson   {K:1157} 1/17/2005
I really like this. Going in my favourites. More like this Fadel.

Cheers

Chris

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Ned Ali Ned Ali   {K:11928} 1/17/2005
As i mentioned in the colour one .. i like it in colour even though it's great in b&w.

technically .. i think this should be a b&w shot, but i don't know why i like the colour one :S

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H@shim A   {K:2195} 1/16/2005
Both are very nice... this one stands out for me though.

Great contrasts in this image and strong composition.

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Khaled Mursi Hammoud Khaled Mursi Hammoud   {K:54005} 1/13/2005
Both are great Fadel but I like the colored version more.
Khaled.

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Cheryl Ogle   {K:24494} 1/13/2005
Right - like ANYONE would like neither! Fadel, you are funny. I love them both and refuse to pick. :) The both have their amazing qualities and making me chose which is better is like asking me which child is better....they are both equally amazing - in their own ways.

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Daniel O'Byrne   {K:1157} 1/12/2005
Such a gorgeous atmosphere, well seen

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B:)liana    {K:30945} 1/12/2005
wow.w.. wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
Excellent my dear Fadel!
Into my favs!
bravoooooo!
Have a lovely and happy 2005!
Biliana

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Alessandro Lavagna   {K:2231} 1/12/2005
There's no choice.
b/w version gives the oppurtunity to better appreciate details like clouds, sand and wood.
In my opinion, a very good example of nature's strength.

Ale

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Mark Evans Mark Evans   {K:17428} 1/12/2005
This looks fantastic !! that sky is so dramatic !! B&W version looks the best to me !! well done fadel .. mark .

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moataz k. elkateb   {K:4971} 1/12/2005
nice B&W fadel but Ilike the color one !!

regards
moataz

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 1/12/2005
Hi Fadel, In comparison to the previous one, I don't think the B&W conversion adds anything to the photo. Even stronger, the tones in the previous one assist in building the atmosphere. The B&W conversion in this image might be considered as a somewhat forced effort to create an artistic image; I'm not implying it is, but it happens quite often, if you see what I mean. B&W serves a purpose in photography, and can be awesome, but with digital post processing, it's too easy to achieve, and is in general considered to be beautiful. The colour version already has everything it needs, and is by itself awesome. In that respect the change to B&W eludes me. Not a difficult choice for me; I chose the colour version. Naturally, that's a subjective issue. Hope you don't take this the wrong way, I'm just expressing my opinion, and it's not a cruisade against B&W images, nor against anything else.

Cheers,

Hugo

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Howie Mudge Howie Mudge   {K:27933} 1/12/2005
Love it. Excellent in black and white and such a super low perspective.

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Raffaele Bardelli   {K:3262} 1/12/2005
It is very difficult to decide wich one is better. For my taste this in B&W tones. In any case good composition and mood. Fantastic the clouds effect. Best regards.

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Antonia BauerleinSehnert   {K:30599} 1/12/2005
This is vintage you! It is fabulous in BW, and my preference. The blue tones in the other distracted me from the strong composition, which registers more complete in the BW.

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Saeed Al Shamsi Saeed Al Shamsi   {K:47735} 1/12/2005
Always in these type of photos the B&W win, Yes it lends to this category, I like how the cloudy sky and the beach , took a jaws shape, excellent job,Saeed

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Nitish Kanabar   {K:2618} 1/12/2005
Fantastic image, Fadel. This is a great composition.
It is difficult to choose between this and the color version. I think I like the B/W version better. The tonal range, the texture of the sand, the dark sky, the clouds - all evoke a more powerful mood in this version.

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Gerry Pacher Gerry Pacher   {K:7303} 1/12/2005
Dear Fadel,

it's a very dramatic scene and I like it very much.

Regards, Gerry

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Efi Keren   {K:754} 1/12/2005
i like the dynamics!

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Tim Donnel Tim Donnel   {K:1072} 1/12/2005
Definitely perefer the B&W version. Was a polarizer used here? Great tonality, strong composition...you could sell this as a fine art image.

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Mistral Vortex   {K:627} 1/12/2005
Wow! Great shot!

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R. Bari   {K:1025} 1/12/2005
Marbelous!!

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Jody Felder   {K:445} 1/12/2005
Very dramatic, love the angle!

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Robert Staeck   {K:919} 1/12/2005
I love this in black and white, by not being distracted by the colors I can soak up the wonderful tonality. Excellent use of extreme wide angle. You have some very nice work Fadel, a natural feel.
Robert

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Amna Al Shamsi   {K:21795} 1/12/2005
It is hard to decide ;-) both are wonderful

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John Strazza   {K:11535} 1/12/2005
both are good - but this is more powerful and closer to the emotion of it all for me .. great image

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Lisa B   {K:1011} 1/12/2005
Beautiful, the arrangment of clouds is gorgeous

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Kamran  Kamran     {K:3526} 1/12/2005
I love the colorful one better ..

kamran

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Dave Stacey Dave Stacey   {K:150877} 1/12/2005
I think I like this one best, by a small margin, Fadel! Just because the image seems to lend itself to b/w.
Thanks for your comments, too!
Dave.

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