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C vs B+W - II

OK, ...

  • A) the coloured one. No doubt about that.

  • B) M-O-N-O!


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RoseCat

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Catherine
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Ooooo... the color version for me!! Really dynamic!
 

terse

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Ted
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Can't vote on this one because it's a toss-up between the two for me. It's interesting that, at a glance, the silhouette on b/w registers as sharper than the same on color, even though it's not really (as far as I can tell). I think I'd decide in favor of the color version if that yellow hot spot by the figure's leg was softer and more orange, like the area around the chair.
 

zenjenny

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jen
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Oh, lovely! I love the tiny dotted line of light, and the faint squares and glows, breaking up the solid block. Agree with Ted re the seemingly sharper silhouette of the colour version: but not re the yellow light - I think that stronger difference works well with the more subtle differences of the faint glows etc as above.
B&w is fantastic, of course.
My suggestion would be to go Andy Warhol.
 

terse

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Actually, when I saw the photo amongst the thumbnails I thought what I great photo with the double pics so I would take out the white line in the middle and leave it as it is!
I wish I'd thought of that... :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:
 

BoBo

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Actually, when I saw the photo amongst the thumbnails I thought what I great photo with the double pics so I would take out the white line in the middle and leave it as it is!
That's indeed possible.
I've used the following app to create it ... :)

„LiveCollage - Instant Collage Maker & Photo Editor & FX Editor FREE“ by click2mobile
https://appsto.re/de/IsCPF.i


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GroovyGouvy

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Gouvy
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I agree with the bunch, even though they are close to tie, I'd prefer the colour one, because in there something is happening within the dark area on the right. In the B&W it's just dark. It may be it's just on my device. I bet on a monitor you can make out more in the darkness. Maybe of brighter adjustments. But not on my pod. And because of no action there I'd cut it dramatically. [emoji4]
 

terse

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Ted
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I'd prefer the colour one, because in there something is happening within the dark area on the right. In the B&W it's just dark. It may be it's just on my device. I bet on a monitor you can make out more in the darkness.
This case is one of those where I see quite a difference between my iPad screen and my desktop monitor. On the monitor (hooked to a Mac), I see more detail in the dark area of both the b/w and color, but always more in the color than in the b/w. So when I view on the iPad, I prefer the color, which shows a hint of detail where the b/w shows nothing. But on the desktop monitor, I prefer the b/w, which now shows hints of detail while the color shows too much.

I never claimed to be normal.
 

GroovyGouvy

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This case is one of those where I see quite a difference between my iPad screen and my desktop monitor. On the monitor (hooked to a Mac), I see more detail in the dark area of both the b/w and color, but always more in the color than in the b/w. So when I view on the iPad, I prefer the color, which shows a hint of detail where the b/w shows nothing. But on the desktop monitor, I prefer the b/w, which now shows hints of detail while the color shows too much.

I never claimed to be normal.
That's what I meant. Even between the same kind of the devices can be a big difference. That's why monitors should be calibrated if you want to see what you print before you do. Though even that is not guaranteed. It depends also on the printer. [emoji16]
 
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