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Brilliant! A brilliant idea for a diptych.

I might get rid of the border in the middle and jam them together, or make it gray, but brilliant!
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Great, bellissima!

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Originally posted by Harm vb Harm vb wrote:

Great, bellissima!


Originally posted by 4paul 4paul wrote:

Brilliant! A brilliant idea for a diptych.

I might get rid of the border in the middle and jam them together, or make it gray, but brilliant!


Thank you for the comments!
Paul I have it without borders, but haven't tried to make gray...
to me the difficulty is technical: I used Paint for Windows (I normally post process photos with lightroom 5.7.1 and I think it's useless for such a work, and don't have photoshop)

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The b&w works well here. I think the shutter speed is not well chosen though, it seems just to slow for frozen action and too quick for the effect you might want.
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