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'In Camera' Black and White
Cell Phone Snaps
Earth and Sky
Black White and Grey
Black White and Grey 2
People I Know in Monochrome
Sanitarium Hill on a Grey Day
People in Contrast
High Contrast Photography
Variations On an Acoustic Guitar
New Experiments in High Contrast
Trees in Shades of Grey
Hot Cars in Cold Contrast
Scratchboards The Dark Side
Flowers Without Color
High Contrast Closeups
My Old Neighborhood in Monochrome
The Protests - Madison WI
People in Contrast
[ High Contrast Photography ]
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A very creative style. I'd like to try it, and probably will. Hope you haven't patented it.
Especially like the close ups. Top work.
The high contrast is great on these portraits. It emphasizes the features, and creates a strong artistic impression.
Thanks very much everyone...
Nice style, Barri.
Original and creative gallery. I like this contrast B&W
Oh this is fantastic! I love high contrast stuff and you really know how to make it work! Excellent! voted!
Such wonderful creative expressions! Inspirational to say the least...
Creative examples of how less can be more. Great work!
Awsome Gallery, very well done.
Great choice of images for this treatment! Well done! Vote
A very creative gallery!
what a wonderful gallery full of expressions and life! fragments of moments come so strong from these faces ! bravo, my friend! big vote!
This is excellent work, Barri. Very unique style, like it!!! V.
superb work Barri, the contrast is well controlled and you are a master at this, lovely work,the ´Humbug´ and the last shot reminds me of the cover of `The Godfather´,love that kind of monochrome.beautiful BW work as usual.
Agree with Jeff. Very cool effect, enhancing the expression and detail in an unusual way. I like the look of a drawing or sketch. Would love to see more. Geat work, Barri :D
Really interesting gallery - the high contrast lets us focus on unexpected aspects of your subjects' faces. Really like this work. Vote.
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