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Finally, we bring you another exciting chapter in the saga accurately titled Colour Photography. I’ve always preferred colour to B&W because it’s how I see, though in some cases, it’s hardly worth the argument.
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Kreddible Trout is a club sandwich enthusiast and has never admitted to killing a person.
great shot…. fun isn’t it… I’ve always been partial to black and white because it’s not how we see so it seems to have more power somehow… but no the less this is a fab bit of work… nice
I agree. it sometimes does have more power and when used to enhance what it enhances then heck yeah! Bring out that contrast & texture. But some folks just shoot in B&W all the time with no discretion. I guess it makes em feel ‘artistic’.Thanks Juilee!
Oh brilliant mate, love the compo in this. I tend to like colour too, its vibrancy and range is similar to how i see life. b&w is nice, for the right place, right time etc. But colour is a little less dramatic, maybe that’s the atttaction :)
thanks parmi. My world is in colour & that’s what I’m sharing.
wonderful range of textures in the beaudifullll concrete!
thanks you andrew.
Ditto the above. Great stuff!
ditto on the thanks, erika.
Love this series, keep’em coming.
I’d like to get a dozen before the end of the year & get a calendar going, but I live on a little green island away from such dull opportunities so it’s hard.thanks rumimume.
Excellent photo. I love your take on the colour/B&W debate. ;-)
thank you HM.
Cracking shot. I love concrete.
‘cracking’… I like it. Thanks mark.
Great find, love the composition on this.
thanks kim. I like the find too as the basketball net just makes it. It’s stuck to the back of some boring municipal government building where I imagine ‘shooting hoops’ to be something of lore.
So simple and so beautiful!
thanks very much.
This shot is life, love it, so real. Speaking of deja vu… I stopped my car in a tunnel to see what the signs there actually say, similar in composition as this. This is so gritty and real, these little slices that people so often ignore… so, yeah… don’t ever try to stop in a tunnel.
thank you eels. I have always striven to document the ignored. It’s why I picked up a camera in the first place.
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