B/W Landscape Tryouts (+ selective coloured B/W flower)

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  1. A-Spot

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    C/C? What do you think of it? (#2 is my favourite)
     
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    Lonely bump to get feedback on #2 and #3 :(
     
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    #1 the foreground is to underexposed. There's just not enough detail to make it interesting and the horizon is to close to the center of the image imo.

    #2 would also have been stronger with less sky. 1/3 sky 2/3 foreground.

    #3. It's not often that selective color works, maybe 1 out of every 500 selectively colored images I see. It works here and works well. Again the main subject is centered BUT the other flowers are arranged in such a way that it also works. This is a strong image though the flowers are slightly under exposed while part of the sky is overexposed, quite typical of digital cameras. The vignette is a personal preference that I would not use here.

    So, #3 is my favorite :thumbup: and were it mine I would have it printed after detailing it in Photoshop.
     
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    First, thanks :) I know they're terrible, but it's all I can do until I get my DSLR .. thinkin' of getting the D60 and a couple of glasses for it - 18-55 and 55-200 probably.
     

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