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First Light on the Badlands - Again

Posted by
Barbara Lee (Oakland, United States) on 16 February 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Ok, at Clodagh's suggestion, here is a black and white version of yesterday's image. Which do you prefer?

NIKON D90 1/10 second F/16.0 ISO 200 112 mm (35mm equiv.)

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clodagh smith from Sacramento, United States

great in BW too!

16 Feb 2010 5:33am

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

5*!

16 Feb 2010 11:45am

obuch from Warsaw, Poland

Great tones of light!

16 Feb 2010 1:38pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Very nice!

16 Feb 2010 5:51pm

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

I prefer the color although the processing of this was excellently done. I think with a black and white image you're more forced to look at the contrast, the actual components of the image whereas with color you sometimes are stunned into silence with its beauty. Both really can be stunning. In this case, the black and white is a nice well done photo but the color just warmer and inviting.

17 Feb 2010 2:13am

Barbara from Oakland, United States

@Self Indulgence - thanks for the thoughtful feedback. I am somewhat of a color freak myself, and always lean to color, but thought I would get outside of my comfort zone for a moment and see what you all like.

17 Feb 2010 2:22am

David from Detroit, United States

I really like the color image, especially the contrast between the white and the reddish-brown, but the black and white is excellent. I think the ravines in the foreground create a sense of motion that is really impressive.

18 Feb 2010 2:19am

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

I like the color image better, Barbara.

21 Feb 2010 8:39pm

NIKON D90
1/10 second
F/16.0
ISO 200
112 mm (35mm equiv.)