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MORE ENGAGING (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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This photo is the exterior of a popular butcher shop in my neighbourhood. The colour version is vibrant, however I think the detail of the structure is more distinct and engaging in black and white. It’s an interesting experience to work a photo in both colour and black and white. MacPhun Tonality CK was used to create the monochrome version you see here.

15 thoughts on “MORE ENGAGING (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I was very fascinated by both pictures, kinda love the B&W better.

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  2. It’s interesting what the eye is drawn to … in the B&W, I see the window and in the color, the red dominates.

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  3. I have to agree, too. The B&W actually does more not only for the murals but also for the bicycles, bringing them altogether equally keeping the eye interested. Lovely! 🙂

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  4. In B&W the first thing that catches my eye is the tractor. In the colour image it is the orange flag on the bike. There is a lot of genetics involved in colour vision and it’s interesting to compare the two images with that in mind.

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  5. I prefer the B&W, not only for the building lines and the mural, but also the bikes. Nice!

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