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    Hi everyone, thanks for commenting on my earlier posts. Much appreciated.
    Here is a BR image up close (what a treat to see them and get fairly close) I tried a BW conversion so I hope I did some justice.
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    ISO 3200

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    The horn and nose appear to be well focused, the eye a little less so. I had to minimise my screen to fit it in so I am not sure how much of an injustice I may have given.

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    Although on the laptop Sanjeev, I think it works. Probably needs a bit more DoF, but try a tad more localised sharpening.

    Good for you trying something new.

    TFS
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    Hi Sanjeev i do really like the low POV , almost head on shot .
    Nice details .
    For a B&W Image it does not have the impact , which I would expect from this type of media . B&W is living from contrast and form ..... IMHO .
    For me it does look more like documentary style image ....

    Just my take ...

    TFS Andreas

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    Thanks all. I will try to process it again.

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    Hey Sanjeev ... no need for reprocessing , as long if you like your output .

    Just a matter of taste ... if one likes to go the more " artsy" route , for maybe more impact . One will never make all folks happy campers ....

    Cheers Andreas

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    A nice looking rhino and a nice looking black and white frame. Love the texture on the rhino.

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    Hi Doc -- liked the idea here , but i feel BW images needs more contrasting elements and textures , which are not quite there.

    Rather would like to see a colour version of this .

    TFS !

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