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Black&White Dragon
AUG-2008 Jola Dziubinska

Black&White Dragon

For Scott's achromatic August challenge.
The color version:


other sizes: small medium original
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Greg Vescuso16-Aug-2008 07:51
The far side of the head is so dark and mysterious makes you wonder what my be lurking..
A most excellent example for a B&W....V
Lys05-Aug-2008 20:24
Absolutely wonderful! The shadows offset the complexity of the dragon perfectly. NICE!
J. Scott Coile04-Aug-2008 16:35
Oh Jola... This is perfect in B&W. I loved the color version but this really jacks up the mystery to a whole new leVel!
Malcolm Smith04-Aug-2008 11:42
Impressive, dramatic, love the lighting.
Jason Anderson03-Aug-2008 22:49
Great dramatic lighting. Both versions are pretty, but the b&w seems more moody and mysterious :o)
Heidi Jonker03-Aug-2008 18:25
Superb!
Anja Lieder03-Aug-2008 16:21
She of the dragons again... a wonderful monochrome. Do you keep dragons in your den?
Julie Blaney03-Aug-2008 15:56
Great lighting. It's definitely more dramatic in b&w. Nicely done.
Sheila03-Aug-2008 11:13
Fantastic shadows. For once I like the B&W version the most.
Phillip Normanton03-Aug-2008 11:01
Excellent spooky lighting! He seems to be smiling :)
Nicki Thurgar03-Aug-2008 09:05
The under-lighting makes for a dramatic B&W shot!
Paco López03-Aug-2008 05:44
Great!!!!!!!!!!!! BV!
Johnny Rasmussen03-Aug-2008 04:28
Scary image. Good use of light, and deep shadows.
laine8203-Aug-2008 03:56
I like it in B/w...vry dramatic.
Laryl03-Aug-2008 03:34
very impressive looking dragon
Milan Simic03-Aug-2008 03:23
Completely adequate for black & white technique... I like the way it grows from deep blacks... voted!
Barry Rosenberg03-Aug-2008 02:25
very ominous look. the black and white version is much more emotional and intense.
Ken Duckert03-Aug-2008 02:23
The black and white is most dramatic. The color version is quite dramatic also, but the contrast in the B&W is powerful and really brings out the lines in the carving. Your lighting is perfect. Well done!
Ed Goodnight03-Aug-2008 01:58
Nice deep blacks
very nice Jola
David Royall03-Aug-2008 01:50
Awesome B&W.
Guest 03-Aug-2008 01:28
I really like the B%W version, very freaky!
Joost Bossuyt03-Aug-2008 00:52
Very good B&W conversion. V.
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