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I'll get arrested one day hanging around in dark corners waiting for unsuspecting subjects. Here's a before and after.
Beautifully taken ,no signs of distortion for super wide lens
Quote: Beautifully taken ,no signs of distortion for super wide lens
No, the Sigma 10-20mm is quite good, (and even at 10mm). Better than some Canon zooms I've had.
Am drawn to the colour but both have their merits
Lots of detail, both Images are awesome and I like them both...John
Dark personality Chris
mono for this beauty....
its o.k. I will visit you when you get locked up!!
Either works for me, a most appealing image!
I like them both - great shot.
Has to be the b/w version for me; a confusion of strong diagonal, vertical and horizontal lines then the lone figure making sense out of the confusion. Hope that makes some sense, either way like this image a lot.
I can't decide between them. B&W is so bleak, colour is distinctly lacking in the mellow warmth that you might expect with that golden glow. Powerful either way.
No. 1 is a powerful Mono image which I prefer to No. 2
Mono for me - a bit more clarity of details... Lurker
Strong lines and great light .....and then the figure climbing the stairs. Great capture. Must be mono for me.
Quote: Has to be the b/w version for me; a confusion of strong diagonal, vertical and horizontal lines then the lone figure making sense out of the confusion. Hope that makes some sense, either way like this image a lot.
Well put by Richard. Well done!
Mono for me - excellent!
So..... Loitering on......
Featured e2 piccy at the moment
Brilliant shot Helen, excellent composition, for me it has to be V1
Hm, who is this Helen?
oops sorry Chris my mistake that's what you get for trying to multi taske, never a good idea for me especially when the caffeine is taking its time to kick in
Quote: ...the Sigma 10-20mm is quite good..
My favourite lens too, and perfect for shots like this Like the lines and angles here, Chris, and think the mono just wins it for me
Yes mono for me. It looks much more sinister and mysterious.
You're a brave one Chris!
excellent conversion, very film noir!
Very powerful and very clever images-- I think V1 gets it for me, but both are great.
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