In color or b&w?

  • Posted Dec. 21, 2010 by Pandka Viewed 4073 times
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      2010.12.27 Edited

      I prefer mostly colour pictures, especially when you have the chance to take pictures with so many lovely colours, I would only enhance a little bit the colours to make them more vibrant,

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      2010.12.23 Edited

      Uwielbiam te indyjskie kolory, ale czarno-biała fotka też ładna... taka reporterska. :-)))

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      2010.12.22 Edited

      Indie tylko w kolorze! Właśnie wczoraj wywoływałam cyfrowo zdjęcia koleżanki z Indii - te kolory to magia, coś dla czego warto tam pojechać, mimo ceny biletu, komarów i śmieci na każdym kroku.

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      2010.12.22 Edited

      I like the b/w (I usually always like color best) because the color distracts from the girls..b/w emphasizes their features and focus is only on them.

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Hard choice, but I'd go with the black and white for the same reason as dancingdolphin.

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Colour for me, please:) Maybe this is the time of the year, but I long for the colour! I like how the blue colour repeats itself: on the stall, the boy´s tshirt and the chair for example...

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      I prefer the coloured one.
      The Girl in red catches my eye first, and then i see the small shops in the background.
      The b/w photo seems very grey to me.

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      I like the b/w, my eye focuses more on the group of girls in the foreground and then wanders around to the setting. In the color shot, the bright blue of the counter is the first thing my eyes see and it becomes a less interesting photo. If it were mine I'd probably fine tune the b/w a little by upping the contrast just a little and sharpen it some as well. I just happen to think all b/w's benefit from a little sharpening unless you use a tripod. It's an interesting photo!