- corjan3 (3175)
- [2015-09-06 8:34]
The lack of sharpness probably was not intended with taking the photo but your decision to upload it after converting to B&W must have been deliberate, and I like it. It has the quality of a very old film photo and is something different here. I suspect most members here might not particularly like it but, for me, it is a pleasant view.
- kvrsvkishore (1141)
- [2015-09-06 10:29]
Yes Erwin, besides quality of this pic the way of presentation is good and you have tried to cover the noise with frame. Well tried.
- periko (2229)
- [2015-09-07 0:08]
The vignette and the b&w choice have created a good image, despite the fact that the queen is centered.
- bri (6384)
- [2015-09-07 1:25]
Nice catch, I too like the old feel to this image and feel it was a good choice to go with B&W. Best wishes Bri
- mesquens1 (40829)
- [2015-09-07 1:45]
Bom dia Erwin,
Merits for you, for turning a shot poorly done in a beautiful and moving image. That is what makes the artist.
- daisydaisy (5943)
- [2015-09-09 13:11]
I like this b&w, she is the queen indeed.
Love the grain wich adds an interesting atmosphere.
Great moment well timed.
- luciola (1192)
- [2015-09-10 0:57]
Beautiful and interesting photo of the version in black & white.
- Hotelcalifornia (106)
- [2015-09-10 8:05]
Beautiful photograph Erwin....Nice natural ambience. Like it.
Thanks for sharing,
- bossiebosmanjd (196)
- [2015-09-11 5:13]
When looking at other members comments, it seems like I am missing what you try to present with your B&W photos? This one does bring out something different though.
- HuubWisse (261)
- [2015-09-29 1:21]
You are so lucky to live in Africa. The lion is one of my favorite animals I like the big cats all over the world hope to visite Africa some day.
I like that you made it B&W it looks like the old school I grow up with I still have my dark room and every ones in a while I make old style photos with negative and paper with my Canon T90.