Potomac in Flood #2
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|In spring the Potomac carries huge amounts of water, as it crashes through the rocks at Great Falls, Maryland, tossing aside huge trees as if they were matchsticks. The B&W seems to bring out the power of the river better than color does. This is one of 4 I will post.|
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- [2015-03-24 12:50]
Hi Alan,i'm not a fan of black and white,especially for pics like that,and i don't know if your choice was the best..ehehe....but the result is very nice too,the moment is very interesting about what happens there in springtime,and the quality of sharpness is absolutely great.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-03-24 15:22]
There are times when B&W works out and times it doesn't, this is one in which, like you, I believe it enhances the water. Nicely focused and framed just right, we can definitely get a feel for the awesome power of the rushing waters. Well done!!
I agree with Ron.The B&W here works very well once it brings force to the water.Excellent sharpness.Thank You.
Have a good day!