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    Can Black & White be used to represent a relationship? It's either right or wrong, love or lust, need or desire. What do you think?

    Angelus01, steffendaleng, mikeb_1973, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Angelus01 49 months ago | reply

      ACE!! Choosing b/w was a great choice. It actually adds a warmth to the photo. I also see like a trust/bond being given between the two.

      Eric

    2. Stepping Stones Magazine 48 months ago | reply

      This photo went wonderfully with a poem we posted here: fspressonline.org/SSM/in-my-mind-i-see-us-as-one/

    3. soulsurvivor1968 46 months ago | reply

      I think you have communicated this relationship and a story along with it. I like that very much and am glad you tried. But the photo qualities - compo and tones do not wow me. I can't decide about this one, and may come back to it later.

    4. samcaplat 46 months ago | reply

      I'm happy it's made you think. I don't think the composition is too bad, however, I'm not so happy with the tones. A lot of the texture and detail on the hands had to be burned in.

    5. ricko 46 months ago | reply

      Only color can be used to represent a relationship.

      -Voted "deleteme2" (by the Delete me! Group)

    6. Veee Man 46 months ago | reply

      No, ricko, not only color.

      There's other options too, such as bacon, green chili,
      jelly beans, machetes, oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico,
      human casualties, high cell phone bills, and marmalade.

      Voted deleteme3

    7. Veet Kail 46 months ago | reply

      It has no sauce (or bacon).

      -voted as "deleteme4" (from the DeleteMe! group)

    8. Matt Redmond 46 months ago | reply

      I think not
      -voted as "deleteme5" (from the DeleteMe! group)

    9. dr ama 46 months ago | reply

      Needs more cowbell

      dm

    10. Jeff Presnail 46 months ago | reply

      The only thing I don't like about it is the flatness of the tones. I still don't know that it's exciting enough to save even if the tones were perfect though.

      dm7

    11. SoyJuan 46 months ago | reply

      Lacks bacon, green chili, jelly beans, machetes, oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico, human casualties, high cell phone bills, and/or marmalade.

      deleteme

    12. RyanMacLean 46 months ago | reply

      I think anything black and white would almost always look better if done in colour.
      Certainly lacks both breast and bacon, but I'll save it anyway. It's been that kind of day.
      saveme

    13. samcaplat 46 months ago | reply

      I must agree, I rarely use black and white, and when I do, I am generally disappointed with the results. I'm much more of a colour photographer. The reason I used black and white is because I premeditated the concept of black and white against relationships.

      Thanks for the save, though. Although, "saveme4"?

    14. RyanMacLean 46 months ago | reply

      Should that have been 5?

    15. Ρanayotis 46 months ago | reply

      I like it too and I thought to soft save it. But I will not do this on my last day :-)

      (in the beginning I thought they were the hands of the same person. I like this slight confusion created. Realizing now that there are two hands I find it a little more cheesy. A good photo anyway)

      deleteme9

    16. First Contact 46 months ago | reply

      Colour or b&w, it makes no difference with the composition which to me feels like there's some distance between them - maybe they like their individual space. Where they are connected - the hand-wrestle - hands down the guy and his dirty thumb has won.

      -voted as "deleteme" (from the DeleteMe! group)

      Feel free to add this to the U Got Me! thread.

    17. Pam Komarnicki 45 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo. I used it on my blog here:
      www.social-discomfort.com/recognizing-an-unhealthy-family...

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