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ok took your advice and held back on the edit no tonemapping
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We shall see what others say, but I really would kick that tone mapping into toch and bring it out when it is really needed. The mono here is just so much better to look at. Unfortunately, 4 very different shots and I prefer them one at a time. V2 looks a bit flat and under exposed, but the right edge looks OK.
In v1, the matching mono, I would thus crop the right to remove the brighter bit, but I like both v1 and 3. V4 is a bit general, a wider record image.
Like the starkness in 1.
I'm just looking at V1, it's the lead image and the strongest here for me. I have mixed feelings about your b&w processing. It produces a certain flatness but also a formal, print-like feel. The formality works well with the composition.
It's an intriguing image. Three figures totally isolated. I'm seeing three different compositions in one, I'd like to turn them into a triptych but as they overlap I'm not sure that that will be possible. I'm off to try it out...
thanks for crits and mod
Great set. I have a particular liking for V3 & your B&W processing is wonderful.
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