Color or B/W

Discussion in 'General' started by Steve Boykin, Dec 27, 2019.

  1. Steve Boykin

    Steve Boykin Well-Known Member

    I have this project I am working on called decay that I do when out hiking with the dogs. Everything has to be symmetrical and shot as found. Actually the Ricoh GR is really good for this. Ultimately I will use color but does this one work in B/W or Sepia? It's Silver EFX Antique Plate.
     

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  2. Dave Farnes

    Dave Farnes Well-Known Member

    The colour works best for me in this one. The colours show the contrast between the natural decay of the leaves providing the nutrition for the fresh green growth and the man-made bottle that is just decayed.
     
  3. Pete Askew

    Pete Askew Admin

    I agree, but I do like the almost metallic sheen on the B&W one and would try to emphasise that. Have you tried a blue filter in post?
     
  4. Rense Haveman

    Rense Haveman Well-Known Member

    Agree! Colour for me, although B&W often is better for me...
     

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