A new approach


Jul 7, 2010
betwixt and between
It irks me that I don't have an iPad - yet - and can't use Snapseed! My rationalizations continue and will, I am sure, win out!:dance:

Karen, my favorite - if I had to choose - would be your second for its seemingly 3D feeling but also for the inclusion of the person lost in thought and that chorus of flowers. Dramatic yet the details retained in the foreground's flowers created a counterpoint for the dark and deep horizon line.


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Aug 25, 2010
S W France
why is it that every (most) B&W X100 images I see remind me of an exaggerated digital equivalent of Kodak Tri X 400


Super Moderator Emeritus
Nov 5, 2010
Down Under
Great images Karen. I'm with BB, because of its greater depth (due to the foreground's stronger subjects and an emphasis on the light tones) the second images just sings...and pops! Really nice B+W treatment also.


Jan 31, 2011
Newcastle, Australia
I prefer #2 as well, for the same reasons BB does. I'd love to see a colour version though, without snapseeding. I rather think these would be beautiful in their own right, with little PP.

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