Reminds me of 'Mater from 'Cars'. Color vs. B&W, please vote

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  1. Jon_Are

    Jon_Are TPF Noob!

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    Would also appreciate some thoughtful C&C.

    Thanks!

    Jon

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    i really like both! awesome find for the subject!

    i vote B&W.. i find it's so effective on old stuff!
    nice :)
     
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    Thanks a ton, Woojie! I had to trespass a bit to get the shot, but there was no way I was not going to try.

    Anyone else?

    Jon
     
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    BW definitely. Nice shot.
     
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    Not bad. Little dark, perhaps.

    You know, I love derelicts like this but I always find myself feeling kinda flat about pictures of them. I would love to hear someone's thoughts on how to make these shots really work.

    BTW, I totally laughed when I saw the pic after the Mater comment. :lol:
     
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    Thanks.

    Yeah, I know. I had to keep the sky in check, though. Besides, I like deep, deep blacks in B&Ws.

    Jon
     

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