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Day 287 - Child's play

Building blocks is child's play… I wish Lightroom was too. Spent time relearning import and export presets…

colour version is for Pooriya :)

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    • # Pooriya Delir

      now this is what I say! do you see in the color version the composition between colors gives you alive sense but in the B&W one as lis said it gives you some nostalgic sense thank you Dear Marjorie for these nice shots

      2011.01.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Huiching

      These two shots are nice and unique in different ways. But Love the color one. ^_^ Will be waiting to see ore of the toys at your home. That brings back my memory when I was a child.

      2011.01.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dave

      ... and going against the popular opinion (I seem to do that) I prefer the colour version. I guess, growing up with B&W as the only choice, I like the bright colours. Kodachrome came out when I was in highschool and ....

      2011.01.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Pooriya Delir

      the shot is so wonderful specially in B&W the DOF is adjusted well but in the other hand there is a black color in background which I wish it wasn't over there! and I bet the Lego parts were colorful as they usually are so if I were in your shoe I would rather to shoot in RGB mode

      2011.01.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Amir Honarmand

      yes I'm agree with Lismel your B&Ws are amazing I liked them so much, I told you before in one of your posts I wish I could take B&Ws like you do *sigh*
      and about LR3 I gave it try but it was my exam season and I couldn't figure it out but now I will have clos look at it :D

      2011.01.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Gracie

      great post! i also like the B&W effect and the DOF.
      I am playing with Lightroom a lot more now too, and I think I am starting to get the hang of it :)

      2011.01.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lismel

      Nice use of b&w ! I also like the depth of field. There is a lot of nostalgia in this picture !
      Good luck with Lightroom ! I only use The Gimp, and so far I'm satisfied with it !

      2011.01.20 Edited Reply Cancel

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