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    Flore Pleno Daylilies for C&C

    Hello, everyone.

    This is the original.
    B&W Flore Pleno using hdr

    Please comment on post processing. Is it better in colour or in B&W? Please tell me what you think.

    B&W Flore Pleno using hdr

    C&C welcome. Thanks for looking and commenting

    Marie
    Last edited by Marie Hass; 23rd July 2011 at 04:31 PM. Reason: edited text, added picture.

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    Re: Flore Pleno Daylilies for C&C

    Hard to make a perfect comparison since you cropped and cloned in the B&W version. I like the B&W better, but think it needed more detail in the midtones and a tad more sharpening..as in this version...which, I think on the screen isn't going to look as clean as it does on my monitor...oh well.

    B&W Flore Pleno using hdr

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    Re: Flore Pleno Daylilies for C&C

    I like the colour version better but it would be nice to see it with the crop and clone you did for the B&W. I agree with Chris on the sharpening too, but I'm no expert. I do like the B&W though.

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    Re: Flore Pleno Daylilies for C&C

    Hullo, Chris and Nigel,

    Thanks for viewing and commenting. I did not apply hdr to this colour version. Just sharpened and sharpened edges. Otherwise same treatment as B&W.

    B&W Flore Pleno using hdr

    Please feel free to comment. It is how I learn.

    Marie

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