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04/16/2021 12:00:10 AM · #1
Post your outtakes from the Change II challenge here.
04/16/2021 04:39:13 AM · #2
Same photo, different edit and better title:
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The version I entered:
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04/16/2021 10:05:09 AM · #3
Color version is way better IMO. Why did you decide to nix this beautiful splash of green?
04/16/2021 10:17:45 AM · #4
Originally posted by LevT:

Color version is way better IMO. Why did you decide to nix this beautiful splash of green?


I didn't.

I didn't like my original colour version and only created this one after voting had already started. I knew immediately that it was better but there was nothing I could do about it.
04/16/2021 10:37:49 AM · #5
Originally posted by GinaRothfels:

Originally posted by LevT:

Color version is way better IMO. Why did you decide to nix this beautiful splash of green?

I didn't.

I didn't like my original colour version and only created this one after voting had already started. I knew immediately that it was better but there was nothing I could do about it.

GAH! Hate when that happens. Lessons learned for "next time"? :-)
04/16/2021 11:14:10 AM · #6
Know what? Though that color version is glorious in its own right, I prefer your black and white entry. In the color version I'm focusing on those green flames of onion stalks, supported by the handsomely detailed bulb. There's a dichotomy, and the whole doesn't completely satisfy (me). On the other hand, the black and white entry is of a piece. My attention is first drawn to the bulb and the beautiful textures and translucence of the skin. For awhile I explore this terrain. And then up to the stalks, the tonal transition, colorwise, being less stark. The shapes of these are now what intrigues me -- the dark, slender fingers of a woman's hand. The entire orchestra, not just the brass and strings. Just a personal take, having absolutely no quibble with those feeling otherwise.
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