Sunday, 30 May 2010

/Marylebone Trash/ [dans une poubelle : on dirait Paris !]




/Which version do you prefer?/
[Quelle est votre version préférée?]
|O que é sua versão favorita?|

13 comments:

  1. I'd say the cleaned up version looks better to me. Although the grain and mess in the first one do create a sort of authentic feel to the scene.

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  2. I really like the first one.
    It's not as bright, and it looks more raw.



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  3. It took me a second to notice the difference but I prefer the first one.

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  4. Is it me or do they practically look the same? They are nice, hard to tell which one to go for :)

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  5. I don't see a difference......

    But thanks for the comment on my blog. :)

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  6. It's hard to say. I like the grittiness of the first photo, but it could be thought to be a bit messy. The second one has less of that gritty feel. Really, the best way to describe it is that the first one looks like a film photograph and the second looks like a digital photograph. It just comes down to what you want.

    Thanks for the comment on my blog. You were too sweet.

    http://missingjames.blogspot.com

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  7. i can't realise the difference!! but if i have to choose i prefer the first one, as a film photograph.
    thanks for your comment! i like to see your photographs too!!

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  8. Haha, had the same problem as the others. I didn't see the difference until I read Sarannas comment.

    I prefer the rough shot. Authencity is better to me, that's why I use film.

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  9. Oops! I did it again: I answered the comments on this post two or three times but nothing ever appeared here!

    You all guessed right: the second pic was filtered to remove some grain.

    I'll keep in mind most people prefer the unfiltered version. I usually find the filtered ones better, especially if they are just filtered slightly, but I did not manage to get the right balance here!

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