Connect & Tags

Photo 101 assignment #6: Connect & Tags

The first image is one that I posted before but I did a little more editing to it as I thought that it was too dark.  Let me know if you think this is better than the original.



The original image was a in-camera conversion.  I am learning that I prefer to do the conversion myself as I have more control.

My second image for “connect” I used an escalator.  It is not a literal connection but it is a way to connect to our destination.  In my case to a train then home.

Connection 2

Connection 2


Original – no edits


The second part of the assignment is “tags”.  I already tag and most times I am sure I over tag so for this post I have used less and will try to heed the warning about using too many tags.

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All comments welcome.



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Posted on March 11, 2015, in Photo 101 and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. The escalator grabbed my attention. The original gleams with warmth, while the black and white transports one to a futuristic location.

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  2. I agree, futuristic not post apocalyptic, no zombies in sight. (By the way, whatever happened to Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone?)

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  3. Reblogged this on barclaydave and commented:
    Tag this, read it and weep that you didn’t come to it first. If you like it check out the original!

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  4. I really like the black and white escalator. 🙂

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  5. Like the delicate seed caught in the hard, rough, bulky chain. Think the escalator image works in color as well as B&W. Warm feel in the color. Much stronger graphic in the B&W with a rich, silvery look and a better crop (me – I might have included a bit more of the right side in the crop to center the escalator and emphasize the symmetry). This would have been a great image for your leading lines. Nice images.

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    • Thank you! After I started to edit the image I realized that it was not centered. I also have a bad habit of not seeing everything that is in my shot. Never noticed that big trash can when I was taking the picture.

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