Burnt out window

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  1. pursuer

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    Be brutal :)


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    The first one just looks too fake, but I love the tones in the second. Good job =)
     
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    nope... I like the idea of the first one... for me it is very deep and moving.. you know ... window on world... ehh I'm reading too much of Dan Brown's :)
     
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    Thanks for the feeback. I think you are both right. I prefer the color version but I think it was a bit over saturated so I tried toning it down a bit.

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    I think I actually like the oversaturation in the first. It seems to represent a fantasy world and then inside teh building is the complete opposite of that. I like the emotion the image conveys. Great idea, IMO the first is much better :)
     
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    I prefer the full B&W one - nice job.

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    I like the desaturated color one.
     
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    I like the first over saturated image.

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    I like the first one, love the mixed tones.
     
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    A lot of of different opinions here, thanks for the input everyone, much apprieciated.
     
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    i liked the first one best myself. i would like to see it with the interior in a very dark sepia tone, it might make the outside look less saturated without having to lose the vibrant colour
     

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