Abandoned Horse Wagon - Treated

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    Does this effect suit the photo? which version do you like and why? comments & critiques please...!

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    1. Diego Frangi 51 months ago | reply

      i love the contrast on this photo. although i am a huge fan of bw, this processing gives this particular photo a grittier look. perhaps you can paint the shadows/highlights on the BW to give it more volume and planes. All great by the way!

    2. deanbouchard 51 months ago | reply

      Excellent work. I think I like the first one the best, but it's a close call!

    3. roger reyes 51 months ago | reply

      I preferred this version, Vinoth...because of the deep saturation, the process adds more details and character to the old cart and the brick wall.
      I really don't know how true is this, but I noticed that our friends and viewers on flickrs are more responsive to darker or photos that have more contrast, rather than light and dull ones. What do you think?

    4. loitz79 51 months ago | reply

      I prefer this one the darker colors fit the situation of this abandoned car.
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    5. VinothChandar 51 months ago | reply

      @ roger eyes..yup your are right.. people are more responsive to photos with more contrast and photos with some post processing.. personal i also like the first one better than the other 2 versions.

      Thanks for all your great comments. I made to the explore front page yesterday for the first ever time with the below pic and iam soo happy.

      Best
      Vinoth Chandar

    6. sdamlo 50 months ago | reply

      Nice contrast of colors.

    7. Magic_moments... 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ***A Place For Great Photographers*** Sweeper P1 A3 , and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. Colusite [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      I prefer the B&W version, but I'm biased

      =)

    9. K.. 50 months ago | reply


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    11. Jogeshwar 50 months ago | reply

      outstanding processing.. almost perfect !!! i love the first one, the one you have posted !!! awesome work brother

    12. Phil Gibbs 50 months ago | reply

      I only see one version but this one is excellent! Love the color and gritty textures. Very nicely done.

      Thanks for visiting my photostream recently. I really appreciate it!

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    13. Roy Prasad 50 months ago | reply

      The images in the comments are not showing up, but the main picture is visually very compelling. The little bit of vignetting makes it look even more dramatic!

    14. flash7999 50 months ago | reply

      Who could expect an abandoned horse wagon to look royal?

    15. janetbongiovanni 49 months ago | reply

      I think the first has more pop therefore is a very strong image. I think the processing is wondeful and I love the shadows. The deep tones make me wonder wht else might be in this barn. That said, the B&W comes on slowly and leads you around the photo until you marvel at the wealth of tones. Thanks for the challenge

    16. janetbongiovanni 42 months ago | reply

      Hmmm - the tones in th B&W are perfect...I like the color one because I found one just like it in New Jersey!

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