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Burning the Leftover Oil

This is a discussion on Burning the Leftover Oil within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; the difference in the two is wide and your call of monochrome was a good one....

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    the difference in the two is wide and your call of monochrome was a good one.
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    It's a cool shot with a great mood. I think going mono was an inspired decision.

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    I have to agree with all of them; the B&W adds more character to this photo. I also like the mysterious feel that the mono added to the image.

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