Comparison - opinions please

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    Which version of the photo do you like better? Thanks


     

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    It's the same photo, done two ways. The white balance difference between the two being the difference.

    On my computer, the one on the left looks more natural.
     
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    Left is better. Right to much yellow. White balance look off.
     
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    What they said!
     
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    What about sharpness? Which do you think is better. Thanks everyone for the input!
     
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    When I pixel peep I'm having a hard time determining the focus point. It's not her eyes.
    The focus point seems to behind her eyes, which then the photo isn't sharp.
    When shooting at f/2.8 you have to be critical of your Single Focus Point otherwise choose a deeper aperture setting.

    Camera: Canon EOS 50D
    Lens: EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
    Shot at 59 mm (shot wide open)
    Exposure: Manual exposure, 1/160 sec, f/2.8, ISO 200
     
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    It looks as if you may have increased the sharpness on the right one, but it is over sharpened IMO.

    What are you trying to resolve with these two versions? If you tell us what you are trying to do, it may help us all.
     
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    Left one for me. Looks much more natural.
     
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    Neither. They both suffer from poor processing for WB tone and detail.

    Joe

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