First attempt at B&W
Nice subjects; the cabin especially lends itself to B & W. While I like the composition of the first one, I think the last one of the joints of the cabin walls is more intriguing than "just" a picture of the structure. That one gets to some nitty-gritty, which I think adds value. It may be my monitor, but most of the images have a greenish tint. Maybe that was your intent, but I think more gray tones or even sepia would be preferable, though that's certainly a personal thing.
Keep at it and have fun. Thanks for posting.
Thanks. Green tint was not intentional. I think I may have used the "lomo effect" in Elements; that could be where the green finds it way in?
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