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A delightful image .
mono for me with this one
V2. The mono is a little harsh and contrasty for the subject imo.
Quote: V2. The mono is a little harsh and contrasty for the subject imo.
Thanks for the feedback, appreciated.
Both nice for different reasons. Black and white makes it somber vs the more jolly colour version. Makes a big difference to the mood! Lovely photo either way.
Have to go with the colour on this one. The stones are all grey and she stands out so well against them, especially with the narrow focus.
WONDERFUL COMP Think I like the mono but not much in it
Colour for me Anne.
Mono for me - superb!
what an incredible shot - both in black and white and in color. i really love this. =)
Quote: What an incredible shot - both in black and white and in color. i really love this. =)
A very powerful image, Anne, and think V1 works best for me
The colour is a happy image with attention focussed on the cute child. The mono is more serious, focusses on her expression and the questions she is asking. I have looked at the versions several times and it is the mono that holds me longer, but an excellent capture whichever you prefer.
Mono for me, the expression on her face stands out nicely.
love the comp. (neg. space )
Love the colour Anne, isolationism ?
Quote: The colour is a happy image with attention focussed on the cute child. The mono is more serious,
Spot on. In V1 I am looking for what the child is looking at, I am seeing what looks at first sight almost like an open grave in front of her.
B&W, Anne T. More dramatic, asks more questions. NOt just a small girl beside a fountain on a sunny day.
Is she playing hide & seek? Is she scared of something? Has she been momentarily forgotten? Does she need the little girls' room?
None of this comes across so strongly in the colour version.
Quote: B&W, Anne T. More dramatic, asks more questions. ...
Totally agree. The colour (and it is very nice colour indeed) is somewhat distracting. The B&W image is very stong.
Oh, and love the other bit of Malc's comment: "Does she need the little girls' room?"
I agree with Malc, having read his comments - although wouldn't have thought of this myself. I do like the colour version - it's a 'safer' version.
I am torn between the two. The above comments have been thought-provoking, but still leave me sitting on the fence. I usually go for colour, without hesitation. So, you have produced something with a completely different atmosphere in V1. Well done.
Can't decide between V1 and V2. This is a good use of the LB.
I must say that I prefer v2 for the warmer feeling
V1 for me.
Mono suits this perfectly. Adorable!
Well seen Anne
Carmen, thanks for your UA! So very much appreciated coming from you
Oh wow! This is fab! If I could award my UA for it I would, sorry to have missed it yesterday. Sue
Quote: Both nice for different reasons. Black and white makes it somber vs the more jolly colour version. Makes a big difference to the mood! Lovely photo either way.
Good comment, sums up my own feeling very well Anne!
mono 4 me....a great photography
V1 for me, works well good capture.
'Superb capture, Anne,...with the v1 Monochrome Image rendering, being my preference' ~ Peter
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