Fortuna, California, 2014
Appeared in MM Week 28 – http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/09/10/mm28-monochrome-madness-28/
Category: Architecture, Black and White Tagged: B&W, California, Fortuna, HDR, http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/09/10/mm28-monochrome-madness-28/, Leanne Cole, Monochrome Madness Week 28, movie, Photography, theater, theatre, Timothy S. Allen, Weekly Photo Challenge
I really like this! The starred street light on the right is just perfect.
Thank you. I obviously enjoy this type of subject. Thinking about it, I should try to do more.
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I’m glad you are linking this image. Thank you
My only complaint about this b & w processing is losing the colors of the sign. If I hadn’t seen your color version first I never would have missed the neon. I also notice the tilt of your camera more in this version. I like that you didn’t straighten the street!
It is hard to make the shift to the B&W. I might try brushing out the B&W in the area of the lights. The angle of the street was a bit challenging. I’ve corrected the horizon a bit on a later version not posted on my blog but on Leanne Cole’s site. It is listed below my blog’s image. Thanks again for your comments.
Moody to the max.
Thanks, The Fortuna Theater picked this up for their own website.
Oh this is extraordinary!
Oh thank you. This was the theater that got me started. Also thank you for so kindly like many of my images. Tim
They’re absolutely beautiful, my pleasure!
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This is an awesome image!
The motion added by the taillight streaks of the passing car and the range of black-white tones.
Thank you. This was the theater that created my interesting in theater marquees projects.
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