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viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2019 8:46AM
Excellent control of light and shade.

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22 Apr 2019 9:06AM
both work great, but now that you have posted the colour version, it has to be colour for me
I have to agree with Leo on this one

Carole
22 Apr 2019 11:02AM
Definitely prefer the colour version Smile
Joline Plus
13 30 54 United States
22 Apr 2019 1:24PM
The somber black and white suits the sad condition of the horse.
22 Apr 2019 1:55PM

Quote:The somber black and white suits the sad condition of the horse.
The wide angle and POV are misleading I fear Joline...
Perhaps looking at this image wil get your trust back to see she's all right! Thank you anyway! cheers, Guy
saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 36 Norway
22 Apr 2019 4:11PM
Going back to look at the b&w version, I see what you mean about the tones, Guy. Would altering the in-camera Dynamic Range settings help next time?
22 Apr 2019 4:59PM

Quote:Going back to look at the b&w version, I see what you mean about the tones, Guy. Would altering the in-camera Dynamic Range settings help next time?
I think it's got more to do with the choices made when converting certain colors to B&W Malcome.
It's been a while now that I took pics in the Arcos mode. It is a special experiance shooting (and seeing) B&W with help of the EVF. Choosing a certain color mode, this in (one of) the B&W mode(s) could do the trick I guess.
Enjoy your Easter eggs Malcome!

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