'Mirage' - BnW Vs Color

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'Mirage' - BnW Vs Color

Postby Samyak » Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:58 pm

Mirage BnW:
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Mirage in Color from the Gallery:

As, I had said earlier, the feeling of Deserted Grasslands from the Warmer tones goes away in BnW compared to the color.
What are your thoughts now?
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Re: 'Mirage' - BnW Vs Color

Postby Ganesh H Shankar » Mon Oct 22, 2018 6:20 pm

Ya, I kind of agree with you Samyak. That said, some burning/dodging may pull it off further.
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Re: 'Mirage' - BnW Vs Color

Postby Prashanth Sampagar » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:24 pm

Among the two versions I like the color version. I like the softness(soft focus) in the color version. I think that is missing in the monochrome version.
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