Judith suggested Rainy street could be in B&W. She has great B&W work and has been an inspiration to me. So I tried with PS to convert the photo into B&W. But I’m new to PS and don’t know if I did it right. Please let me know what you think about the tones, contrast, textures… will a more grainy feel help? Thank you.

Comments

  • Marion  Cullen
    Marion Cullenover 6 years ago

    Great shot Maka!! I love how you caught her mid stride , very elegant…makes me think of Paris.

  • Caroline Gorka
    Caroline Gorkaover 6 years ago

    Looks great in B&W …good work :)

  • Peace Mitchell
    Peace Mitchellover 6 years ago

    I love this!! Very classy and romantic in B&W.

  • silvizee
    silvizeeover 6 years ago

    I’m no expert in photography, but this has the feel of a classic shot to me.

  • elliewinds
    elliewindsover 6 years ago

    fantastic image. it is perfect in b/w. i love her reflection on the pavement. great perspective. well done.

  • mugshot
    mugshotover 6 years ago
    It has a classic look about it
  • Arnold Isbister
    Arnold Isbisterover 6 years ago

    this is perfect; there is a hardness from detail that make the contrast and reflections real and give a ‘feeling’ of wetness on something hard, concrete.

  • Thank you very much, Arnold, for your beautiful and inspiring comment.

    – maka1967

  • wdavies285
    wdavies285over 6 years ago

    you done well maka, this has turned into a very moody picture, and very classy

  • RichardV
    RichardVover 6 years ago

    Looks good Zhao.

    I would have liked to see it as a SC, with just the colour of the red light reflection.

  • I know what you mean, Richard. Red among gray tones would be stunning. I’ll learn how to select colours. Thank you!

    – maka1967

  • Kphotographer
    Kphotographerover 6 years ago

    This is lovely, well done!

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