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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by demiro, Aug 17, 2012.
E-PM1 + 45/1.8. B&W conversion and processing in Picasa.
I will have to force myself to look at it.
I have that same lens but the results are nothing as good as yours
And my self-portraits are never that good either
Now dont tell us that u shot a blank pic and picasa added this effect ..lol
I think this is THE best example how Olympus takes better pictures
Too funny! Well done with the original photo, regardless of the state of the model. :smile:
Thanks. I really didn't know if it would look real or not. I think it speaks volumes for the sculptor, not the photographer.
My thread title was a bit "tongue in cheek". Pun intended.
I love the Met. I would literally spend an entire day in there.
Well, if this is now OK, then I am going to say goodbye. I have enjoyed the forum friendly neighborhood. But when I click on a thread, and without warning, I looking at the naked rear of a woman. Then I realize that it is a statue. But it is still a nude image. The reason I have stayed around for several months, was the no nude rule. I have no problem with other's choice. But I chose not to. I am not upset with any one. I just need to move on.
Well technically there was a disclaimer in the title... I am surprised that someone could be that self conscious about a shot like that.
Steve, I have asked the mods to delete these threads (again). Not my intent to make anyone uncomfortable or to make them leave mu-43.
added: just remembered that I can delete the images, which is done..
Sometimes a disclaimer that suggests anything slightly risque attracts those who are most likely to be offended like a moth to a flame. I cannot judge, because I haven't seen the picture, but from the description given by he who was offended I cannot imagine that a typical person with average sensitivity to morality would find cause to object. Some people must face a daily affront to their sensibilities in modern Western society.