Sunday, September 2, 2012

Black and White Sunday

Which version do you like the best?

Canon 6543
Full color, original photo

Canon 6543- desat
Some de-saturation 

Canon 6543- high desat
Strongly de-saturated

Canon 6543- bw
Full black-and-white

Canon 6543- sepia
Sepia (brown-tone)


An English Shepherd said...

Top one :-)

houndstooth said...

I like the sepia! :)

Nola said...

I like the second best!

melf said...

I like the sepia too! I think the black and white is good, but sometimes sepia just does the trick. I like how you did the pictures this week. Very cool!

Dom said...

I like the heavily de-saturated version best. There's enough warmth to the image to make it pleasant and tell a story, but enough softness that the color isn't distracting. I think the original has too much yellow hue to it and the b/w doesn't hold enough interest. The sepia is nice, but I think the original hues toned-down are much nicer.

Mason the Dog's Mom said...

Mom likes full color and Sepia

Miss Kodee said...

I too, love the sepia! The desaturated photographs evoke a mood better I think than the distractions in a colour photo.

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof! Woof! COOL! we like the some de-saturation photo. Happy BW Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Katie said...

I like the second one the best. Looks old-timey.

Keri @ Trinitys Love said...

The sepia is my favorite!

Anonymous said...

I love the first one. Something crucial gets lost in the black and white one.

Swimflyaway said...

Some de-satuation.

I agree with Dom, too much yellow in the original. The mild de-saturation is lovely and suprisingly emotion evoking for me. It reminds me of the cover of some classic novels I have. It looks like it's from the "To Kill a Mockingbird" era. The strong de-saturation is just one step too far; not bad, but not good either. Black and White is dull and lifeless. The wood becomes more important than the dog's lovely legs. And sepia is just not right. There isn't enough contrast.

(Sorry for the long opinions)

Nicki said...