Let me know what version you prefer

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  1. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This is the original. Very poor weather, rained all day.

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    This version I converted to B&W, added grain and tinted. ????

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your subject matter has a timeless feel to it.
    The weather was ugly, as you are saying.
    Hence I think I like the b+w sepia tinted version better. It says all you want to say and you don't really need the colours!
     
  3. Peanuts

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    Second version by far. It just carries this great photo farther
     
  4. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The only real fault I saw when I shot it was the flag. It has too many stars for a WWII flag. Only history buffs usally notice. (the US only had 48 states then as opposed to 50 now, the star field was in equal number rows then, even-odd number now)
     
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    2nd one is a tad too redish for me personally, but i do like where you are taking the photo
     
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    like both shots but with the age of the plane the sepia looks nice :hail: :thumbup:
     
  7. jstuedle

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    I shot this at the Dayton Air Show this past summer. It is either 105 in the shade or raining every time I have been there. It's not as big a show as it was back in the mid-eighties, but still a nice exhibit.
     
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    i think the second is better because of the historic-era colored picture. great shot
     
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    I like 'em both but leaning more towards the first one.
    Play with the curves/brightness/contrast, bump up the sat a bit and it should be a killer shot. I love rainy days!
     
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    2nd one. makes it have a vintage feel. i like it.
     
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    Yeah, I definitely prefer the 2nd one. But I am also a big fan of colorless shots. Forces me to admire subject rather than color.
     
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    #2, no doubt ;)
     

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