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Monday

 

Harsh Treatment for Harsh Settings

 Greyscale would give lots more detail but not this depth of black and white.

 

photoblog image IMG_6615.JPG

 

 

Monday

 

Harsh Treatment for Harsh Settings

 Greyscale would give lots more detail but not this depth of black and white.

 

photoblog image IMG_6615.JPG

 

 

comments (11)

Je préfère nettement la photo en couleurs.
Even the light seems harsh!
Thanks for Bob!
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Aug 2020, 03:05
I much prefer the red alternative, Care.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Aug 2020, 05:14
That red sandstone is so distinctive
The thing is, Care, is that most of us never see the red sandstone that you have there, so we often much prefer seeing it in all its color.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 3 Aug 2020, 06:22
I like the drama of the black and white, Care. But I like the red because in my eyes that is unique. I know not for you... Great shot nonetheless...
Looks like great slabs of coal in b&w care
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 3 Aug 2020, 07:26
Colour is softer but, as you say, grey gives more detail.
I like both shots although the B.& W.version has lost the shadow detail.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 4 Aug 2020, 00:08
Interesting comparison. Thanks for putting in both. Love the play of light.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Aug 2020, 07:50
Most of the time I prefer b&w to greyscale. It is more alive, I think.

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