Does this pic amount to anything? C&C

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  1. stinkybritches

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    This is just some parts I had on my workbench in the garage. The lighting is coming through the window next to the bench. Is there anything here worth looking at?

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    I think its all in the eye of the beholder. Some might like it and some wont see anything special. I for one think it's an interesting pic tho. I think Mono might look better. Mind if I convert it?
     
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    Yes you may convert it.
     
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    Not like i'm a pro at mono photography, but I personally like this one better . I just sharpened it up a bit and played with the contrast. What do you think?

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    I actually like the color version better.
     
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    Yeah, i'm sure there are a few that will agree with you, I think the b/w gives it a bit more pop.
     
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    I like the b/w but it would probably look better if the conversion was done before I did everything that I did to the pic. Here is the original if you would like to see if it makes a difference. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah your right it did make a difference IMO. What do you think? I like this one best.
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    The second one looks better to me.
     
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    Neither are astounding, but they are nice tries.
     
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    Appreciate it, enlighten us and show us how it's done. This was my first attempt so any help is welcomed.
     
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    i personally would like to see more of the engine block or cylinder head, at least i think that's what it is.
     

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