1 flower 4 ways

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  1. Sk8man

    Sk8man TPF Noob!

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    which one is better? or maybe this is the best edition, all together?

    top left: color
    top right: invert
    bottom left: b&w
    bottom right: IR

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    i'm not much of a flower person, but I say color or, if you want, try altering it in 4 different color modes...

    I don't think B&W works here.
     
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    I kind of like them all together. Maybe try switching the top and bottom right side, so that way it's not all bright at the top and all dull at the bottom...should mix it up a bit and hopefully look nice :) Favorite out of the four is probably bottom right....
     
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    you know what?! compose all 4 pictures into a one and take a prind! that'd be great composition :) all the shots are great :D
     
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    Same goes my opnion. I like the color the best.
     
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    I like the upper left and lower right the best of the series. The increased contrast in the lower right photo is more appealing to me than the other black and white next to it. I prefer the natural colors of the flower vs. the altered colors. Interesting idea!
     

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