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By DixClix
I produced a 2013 charity calendar for my village last year and this is one of the photographs I used. It is made up from two images which were combined in Photoshop and I was pleased with the effect. However, the "client" preferred the sepia effect of a previous image and asked that this one be similarly treated. I was sceptical at first but pleasantly surprised with the result. What do you think?

Tags: Photo journalism General Digitally manipulated Portraits and people

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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
24 Jan 2013 1:35PM
The sepia focuses attention on the figures without the colour pulling you through the image.


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24 Jan 2013 1:35PM
now this is difficult
loved V1
read your writeup looked at V2
now cant decide which I prefer
Both great
24 Jan 2013 1:48PM
Although I like to see the colours in the garden, I think the sepia version is, undoubtedly, my favourite!
A great image, Mick!

P.S. - just taking a break from the decorating!Wink
Dinky65 3 1 United States
24 Jan 2013 1:51PM
Both are great.Smile
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
25 Jan 2013 3:16PM
Superb shot, very difficult to choose a favorite, I think on balance V1 just pips it for me but both are superb


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