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The windows in the old asylum made a great backdrop to shoot a silhouette against.
Jen posing infront of the Asylum windows.
Nice like it Sean....
Both work for me but maybe V2 just edges it for the beautiful sunset,
v2 is by far the better image for me
V2 for me - well done Sean
caught this as the e2 feature. v1 for me, looks good.lesley
i like the symmetry in this work.
Version 2 is a really well worked image and the addition of the sunset sky works really well. It's nice that you have incorporated the models input in the processing as well as your own. I like the triptych effect.
Both stunning shots,3 is the magic number!
I prefer #1 for its simplicity — it's a really strong image. #2 is a good idea but I think it's let down somewhat by the white edging around the window panes, which looks like a processing artifact.
Thank you again DRicherby, I hadnt realised. Ive looked several times and never noticed. Will Fix.
V2 for me, though it does shout mono silhouette. I think the sky colour contributes a lot to the V2.
I like the starkness of the mono version. The colour tends to divide the viewer's attention and the bw gives great graphic impact.
v2 for me but find the white lettering a bit stark just my opinion
Let her free.
I prefer the mono version, it's a stronger image. Excellent composition!
one of my fave hun thanx to u and tony for a great day mwah love jen x
Why thank you Jen, you changing sides of the camera......?
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