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Another effort from the weekend
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Both are Good But I think i go for V2 !!
Yup - B&W is the way to go as the colour adds nothing.
Refuse to choose!
I think I prefer #1, especially given the title
Like the out of focus background. Really focuses attention but gives a sense of surroundings. You seem to have a few dust specks evident in the sky though and a slight halo around the black section of lighthouse.
Well spotted Zander, any ideas why I have the halo?????.
As for the dust specks time for an arctic butterfly i think
Very nice effort it is too.
I do prefer the colour version. Nice lead in with the blue rope. As there is an invitation for modifications I did one !! It may or may not be an improvement, I just like playing in PS!! Cheers, Bill.
I'm for the coloured version, Love the low angle
Quote: any ideas why I have the halo?????
I could only guess. Maybe the contrast between the bright sky and the black paint didn't agree with the camera or something you did post capture?
Both of these work well.
Quote: any ideas why I have the halo?????.
Only God can answer that!!! ;o) Bill.
the rope makes for good foreground interest in this well composed image.
Nice low angle on this one and great viewpoint.... V2 for me the mono gives it that 'edge' in the drama stakes.... well done.
Both good, but wouldn't you have to change the title for the B&W.
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