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Ticket to Yogyakarta -Streets
Lens: FA35;M85 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Yogyakarta 
Posted By: pinholecam, 11-27-2012, 08:19 AM

Some shots from a short trip to Yogyakarta.















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Nice series BW really suits these well.
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Nice series BW really suits these well.
Thanks.
I kind of chose BW as it seemed to remove 'time' to me.
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Excellent Series... The sepia adds grittiness to wonderfully candid shots, and the black and white suits the smiling portraits. I really enjoyed your photos!
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You captured some interesting faces and expressions and, as has already been mentioned, the B&W really suits them.
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Excellent Series... The sepia adds grittiness to wonderfully candid shots, and the black and white suits the smiling portraits. I really enjoyed your photos!
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You captured some interesting faces and expressions and, as has already been mentioned, the B&W really suits them.
Thanks for the nice comments.

Does anyone have a line of thought regarding keeping the processing of B&W within a series the same?
What I mean is that if I did some in sepia and a grainy look, should the whole series look better with it? (more consistent?)
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You managed to capture both the spirit and atmosphere. Well done .
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