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30 Nov 2018 10:02AM
colour for me .
tony.
30 Nov 2018 10:11AM
I like them both but think the mono is more atmospheric.
Sylvia
Minty805 Plus
4 36 6 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2018 10:33AM
This is a good example of how colour, or the absence of it, can change the dynamic of a picture, in this case, quite dramatically. As you say, the green, and indeed the red of the saloon, are so striking, they draw the eye in and tend to dominate. Switch to mono, and the scene opens out to the whole side of the ship and beyond. It depends what you're after; both are great in different ways. Allan
30 Nov 2018 12:23PM
colour in v.1 wins for me here⭐
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4170 Canada
30 Nov 2018 1:08PM
Mono is more "Titanic"
Owdman Plus
4 6 16 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2018 1:29PM

Quote:Mono is more "Titanic"

Too many lifeboats? Smile
cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
30 Nov 2018 2:59PM
Good set...mono for me 😀😀
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2018 3:34PM
Excellent boatabilia photography I like the low light colours but the mono is stronger...
Isabel GrinGrin
Lontano Plus
10 6 1 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2018 6:14PM
Monochrome conveys a bleak, wet day at sea. And the silhouetted figures stand out more thus creating balance. There seems to be more detail visible when in black and white.
1 Dec 2018 11:23AM
My preference goes to the main posted B&W Norman.
V1 has a more attractive, positive (or less negative) feel to it.
nonur 11 18 13 Turkey
5 Dec 2018 9:16PM
Just SUPERB!

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