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White on White
This is a black and white conversion. By reducing the opacity I saw various results---chose this on to show you.
V2 is the color version.
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I went through all those versions with my b/w daffodil I put on a couple days ago. I found so many versions I couldn't decide so made it b/w. This is quite lovely Jenn.............Sandy
V1 is a great conversion of an already lovely image. - gary
Brilliantly elegant! I love, love, love this one! Patti
Beautiful images well presented well taken.
Wonderful choice Jennifer, thats brilliant,love the centres colour.
Both beautiful shots Jenn, v1 stands out for me, great conversion
Two beauties, Jenn, but for me, V.1 works to perfection. Carol
A good conversion in v1, but I do like v2 the best
No 2 for me prefer cream on cream. It has a paper feel to it, something very classic
V1 is my favorite,well done,
v1 for me today jenn wonderful detail and tones belting work nice one
I really like this white on white -- its beautiful.
Can't decide, half a vote each...
I think I'd definitely go for V1 if the stalk was just a bit lighter....
Can't decode either......like both equally, Jenn, s0 1/2 vote to each delicate beauty.
Quite stunning, the original is lovely, but the conversion is fabulous
Both beautifully taken & presented
Like them both however I do like the white on white, both super shots.
Well worked with this simple but works for me
Exquisite presentation Jennn. Some gentle and delicate detail in the flower.
I could not even begin to compete with such a beautiful image, a photograph of the highest quality, superbly presented.
delicacy shows in both images - you were brave with the white b/g but it worked, think I prefer the colour version this time
Both versions are exquisite.Don't know how you manage background colour to tone so beautifully with subject.
The subtle approach is something I need to develop.Stunning.
V1 is especially elegant.
I prefer V1 Jenn, stunning image,
Going with V1 Jennn,
I can't choose.....they both have their merits. If I absolutely had to I guess it would be v2. I love that soft custard yellow color.
V1 is for me ... simple and beautiful
V1 very delicate... V2 more defined in my taste. Both very well presented compositions. IB
Both very lovely.
V1 stands out as arty/unusual, but I think
I prefer V2.
Like these a lot! Definitely ones for the wall.
Beautiful shot !!....lovely delicate quality !!!!
A brave move, putting this white flower against the white backdrop, you have pulled it off superbly.
I do like the effect you've achieved Jenn - well conceived and processed. v1 rings my bell!! and I may have to have a go at something similar.
I like the conversion Jenn, but I prefer v2 - just love the muted yellow petals and the lovely center.
Two beautiful and delicate captures.
V1 Jennn,Its beautiful,with the centre with a hint of a tint...
Well, they're both beautiful Jennn but V1 is a true work of art.
the delicacy of V1 is beautiful.
V1 works sooo much better. I've tried white on white several times but failed miserably.
Well done, Jennnn
'Two superb & well togged Floral Image compositions' ~ Peter
The white on white works perfectly Jennnn, you've pulled off a difficult feat in great style
Sublimely delicate Jenn and very cleverly done
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