Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Texture Tuesday...The Black & White eDition

North Adelaide

Original converted to B&W using a gradient map layer
added Kim Klassen's The Veil texture

kimklassencafe          beyondlayers

21 comments:

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Nice shot, love what you have done with this.

photo by ansku said...

Beautiful... black solid fences like this are so gorgeous!

Kathy said...

Nice in b&w.

Beverly said...

Very striking!! Love your processing.

Darleen Hope said...

Very cool photo, I love it! :)

Mimi said...

Beautiful picture:)

soozeedoozee said...

Perfect angle on the wrought iron. Very nice in B&W.

Kathleen said...

Great shot! I love how the foliage softens the angles of the fence, and your texture work is wonderful.

Barb said...

Fantastic shot, Nadege! the fence is a perfect subject for b&w - beautiful texture work!

Leah C said...

Wow...absolutely beautiful! Love the lighting & texture especially:)

Cindy said...

I love the "vanishing point" view - nicely done!

Pat said...

I love your perspective - looks great!

Deborah said...

gorgeous!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautifully composed. I love the wrought iron fence with the plants hanging above.

johanna said...

wonderful perspective, really great shot!

Linneas Atelje said...

This is lovely in Black and white!!
Linneas Atelje Photography

Mona's Picturesque said...

Oh my. This is truly beautiful! I just love it. Lately I have realized how I loooooveee fences :) Are you familiar with Friday Fences link up? You should absolutely link this next friday!

Sivinden said...

Just perfect!

Linda R said...

WOW!! What a gorgeous shot. Your composition is perfect.. I just love this..

Deanna said...

spectacular...perfect in b&w

geetlee said...

gosh, i love it!! i love the lines and the contrast.
I used the veil texture for my texture tuesday post too. Coincidence :)