View Full Version : Pushing Up Daisies
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 12:34
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 12:35
Nice shot... what does the color one look like?
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 12:39
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 13:11
Both very, very nice shots
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 16:59
I like the black and white more. That shot is really neat, I like the perspective.
26th of November 2005 (Sat), 17:09
Of the two, I think I also like the black and white. Your conversion is quite well done!
27th of November 2005 (Sun), 04:15
B&W for me as well. Wonderful shot! Thanks for sharing.
28th of November 2005 (Mon), 21:50
OK, I'm the odd-ball, I like the color. Perspective is terrific as are the colors.
29th of November 2005 (Tue), 07:56
Both are excellent but my preference is for the color version.
Really strong composition, a fine work.
30th of November 2005 (Wed), 17:51
Thanks for the feedback everyone. Much appreciated. As for me I like both versions but the Black and White one is my fave. I guess that is why I posted it in B/W in the first place. Thanks again and thanks to anyone else who looks or comments.
30th of November 2005 (Wed), 21:24
Great name... creative perspective.... both are lovely :) I like the B&W best though ;)
1st of December 2005 (Thu), 20:25
Really nice perspective. I like the B&W.
6th of December 2005 (Tue), 13:11
Love the low angle and the blue against the white adds real impact...
6th of December 2005 (Tue), 23:20
I prefer the colour version, and I think a crop without the flowers on the right would be nice to try too. see what you think
8th of December 2005 (Thu), 01:16
Very nice - I like to color version! :)
1st of January 2006 (Sun), 22:50
b.w. is my fave!
1st of January 2006 (Sun), 22:55
reason is that we all know daisies were having a yellow spot on the top,but in a BW version shape of the flover is what gives a stylistic value vithout need to represent it with tonal value.
Or let's just say good eye!
2nd of January 2006 (Mon), 05:42
Very well composed pic. Not sure which version I like most because they are both equally good, so I'll sit on the fence when it comes to choosing one against the other!
2nd of January 2006 (Mon), 06:40
Both are nice, great perspective I prefer the color version though.
2nd of January 2006 (Mon), 11:38
very well done...nice conversion
2nd of January 2006 (Mon), 16:34
Well it remains pretty even between preference for the B/W or Color version. Thanks to everyone who looked and commented and thanks to anyone else who looks and/or comments.
vBulletin® v3.6.12, Copyright ©2000-2013, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.