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Old Nov 8, 2006, 9:01 PM   #1
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 9:01 PM   #2
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Or greyscale?
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 9:19 PM   #3
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I like the gray scale.
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 9:54 PM   #4
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These look quite different when viewed from my Paint Shop Pro program. There is not as much BLUE in the color one. I don't get it - same computer...... Anyone else finding their photos look "different" when posted here?

I am resizing them - but sould that change the color? And not all of them look different - but these two really do.


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Old Nov 9, 2006, 1:01 AM   #5
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Both are dramatic images, yet I'd favour the second one(greyscale) I found the tree and cloud patterns very eye pleasing, needing no colour at all... I also did some D max boost to the complete dark area at the bottom but going to keep it in my 'favourites' file this time :lol:

PS. Do you think the black framing here could cause the colours look differently?? Resizing does not have such an effect according to my experience so far. Still, although I have not detected a noticable difference of colour in my images, I can say that when I open an image in Photoshop, it somehow looks a bit more detailed and vibrant to me.
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Old Nov 9, 2006, 7:37 AM   #6
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I really think greyscale is the way to go with this image, way more dramatic! Nice shot!!

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I like second one best, just right for November. Donna
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Old Nov 9, 2006, 11:52 AM   #8
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Bahadir wrote - ""I also did some D max boost to the complete dark area at the bottom but going to keep it in my 'favourites' file this time """

Awwwww - comon and share!! I'd love to see what you did!
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Bahadir wrote - ""I also did some D max boost to the complete dark area at the bottom but going to keep it in my 'favourites' file this time """

Awwwww - comon and share!! I'd love to see what you did!
Ok! I won't resist you Still, you might prefer the original..
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My vote is for the greyscale version too. For some reason my eye finds the color version too busy and somehow distracting. I find the B/W version is more mysterious and interesting. Cool shot, BTW.
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P.S. Nice enhancement Bahadir.
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