Sep 28, 2007

Intensity

Color or black and white?

Intensity

Intensity in Color

13 comments:

  1. color...
    look at the lower side of her mouth, just above the tuft. In color, one can really see the textures...
    But, I'd take either if you give them to me!
    Hee, hee!

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  2. I agree with boggywoggy in the earlier comment. I like the color one best. Nice shots!

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  3. Color!

    Faye, great photos & blog!

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  4. Just to be awkward...B&W!

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  5. For me, her eyes are more arresting in the black and white photo, Faye.

    That's neat that you got to see Jif and Jergens at Mama and Me from PDX. Thanks for looking!

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  6. Color for me! Beautiful photo.

    sandy

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  7. I have to say color for me too, if I have to choose. Both are beautiful but the richness of the coat snd the mouth whiskers look like I could touch them.

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  8. Hi Faye,

    Wow - great shot! I think I prefer the colour shot a little more - I just think if you brought the "exposure" down a little and bumped the saturation up a touch it would have a little extra impact.
    Talking about impact - the colours in the flower/bug shot below are amazing! Great shots, Faye!

    Joel

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  9. i like the B&W
    it would be good to try what young mr reynolds suggests too

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  10. I vote for the color version !

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  11. Both photos are wonderful for different reasons, and besides, I don't like to choose between 2 great photos. But, if I must...colour because the fur seems so more clearly delineated and detailed. Perhaps it's just the eye of the beholder!

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  12. That's always the question, even when shooting clowns

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