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Which one do you prefer? The B/W or the color one?





Model: Annie

Taken in Lisbon, Portugal


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:iconjeffprice:
JeffPrice Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I prefer B&W.  The shading here is very nicely done.  For me that is best.  Which did you like the best?
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PeterLime Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013

I prefer the colour one, like the pale colours there and the red lips.

 

Thanks Jeff for your opinion :manhug:

 

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Michela-Riva Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
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eroticized Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2011
Just splendid!!!
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PeterLime Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011
Thanks pal, glad you liked! :)
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eroticized Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011
;)
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biship007 Featured By Owner May 5, 2011
they are both stunning photos...its hard to choose...the b&w looks sensual and classy but the color shows the red lipstick which to looks so sexy....i have to say......color. welldone on both Peter :)
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abyshake Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
i wud prefer the B/W image with her glossy red lips...
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bear48 Featured By Owner May 4, 2011  Professional
sweet
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Davie169 Featured By Owner May 4, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
B/W for me.
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fonecard Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Given the lighting, I vote for the B/W. :nod:
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:iconpeterlime:
PeterLime Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Well chosen! :)
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fonecard Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Thank you, Sir!! :)
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khack023 Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Very beautiful! I prefer the b&w version.
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PeterLime Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Yes, I have to agree with you. Thanks my friend

Peter
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Al-Kohol Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009
For this one, the bw. It lets you see the beauty in the shapes and shadows much more clearly.
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Al-Kohol Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
I fully agree. Saying that art equals bw is kind of pretentious. Art comes in any form. That is so obvious at a site as this. Reducing colours is nothing but a trick (old and "respectable" though) to direct the viewers attention to some aspect of your image, and not to forget reducing the degrees of freedom an artist must master.
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:iconpeterlime:
PeterLime Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
Yes, in this case I agree with you!

But disagree with whom says that art only in B/W!

Peter
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Al-Kohol Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
...DA threw away my reply. I repeat:

I fully agree. Saying the photo art equals bw is pretentious. Art comes in many forms. This is especially clear at a site like DA. reducing the colours is noting but a trick (may it be old and "respectable"), but still just one of many methods of helping to focus on some aspect in a piece of art.
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PeterLime Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
Yes ... but if you see expositions, if you see editions, even the photos that are commented, most of them are B/W ones ...
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Al-Kohol Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2009
Might be so. It's a form of expression that have been around for a long time. Also, I suppose working with colour gives you more levels of freedom, this requires another type of skill, which many artist don't master, or choose not to learn. Just my guess...
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Al-Kohol Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2009
Also, to really work in colour as an artist, has been virtually impossible during the chemistry photo days. The feeling for the material, exposure, chemicals and all the surrounding craftmanship has really only been feasible using bw. As a colour artist you were really dependant of a good technician/lab to realize your intentions and there a lot of the control over the creative process were probably lost.

It is really just in the latest 5-10 years that colour have been accessible for the common photo artist thanks to good and affordable digital cameras and programs like photoshop. So, taken into account the difference in 100 years and 10 years I suppose this is nothing to be surprised about.

Ta-ta for now my friend. Gotta get some sleep...
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PeterLime Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2009
That has been my theory! Much of the time, they choose B/W because the colours aren't good, or to hide imperfections. We are surrounded by colours, the sky is blue, the grass is green ... who wants a grey life?

Tell me ... How many painters paint in B/W? The classics never used it ...

Just because the beginning of photography was B/W, and some photo classics were born then, that doesn't mean that in the 21st century that dogma continues ...

Thanks Al

Peter
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raiodeluz Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2009
lindissima, magnifica foto!
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:iconpeterlime:
PeterLime Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2009
Obrigado por este teu primeiro comentário!

Também gosto muito desta foto, da sensualidade que 'transpira' da modelo ...

Peter
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annieeths Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2009
ahahah.. grande sessao esta... merci pelo trabalho exelente k resultou d ambos... bigggg kisss
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PeterLime Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2009
Sim, rendeu boas imagens ... muitas delas plenas de grande sensualidade, como é o caso desta.

Viste a equivalente a cores?

Peter
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annieeths Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2009
yap vi.. mas komo eu e o pexoal... resulta muito mlhr axim.. as cores fikam mais uniformes..e o brilho destaka se mais.. dos labios por exemplo.. ;) kisssssss
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