Which Conversion?


AndrewA

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 20:15
Took these shots yesterday of the Chapel in Wistow, Leicestershire and have applied a different conversion process to each shot.

I am not sure which one I prefer??
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2.



Grateful for any thoughts, thanks
Andrew

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Last Edited by AndrewA on 01/04/2013 - 20:21

Jim-w

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 21:10
No 1 for me Andrew, nicer crop and better detail. No 2 foreground detail to distracting.

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Papa_Lazarou

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 21:18
Number 1 for me too. Looks smoother and draws more attention to the subject.
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amoringello

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 22:29
I think the conversion of #2 might look good with image #1. At least as far as the building and sky are concerned. The ground looks better in #1.
Something about the image#2 that seems to lack detail. Dunno if its the conversion, that is it different focal length, or just soft but I don't know if I'd say our of focus. Just that #1 is better to begin with.

bettyswolloks

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 22:39
No2 for me, it seems to lead the eye in more than No1
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AndrewA

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 22:47
amoringello wrote:
I think the conversion of #2 might look good with image #1. At least as far as the building and sky are concerned. The ground looks better in #1.
Something about the image#2 that seems to lack detail. Dunno if its the conversion, that is it different focal length, or just soft but I don't know if I'd say our of focus. Just that #1 is better to begin with.

Looking at it again you are right, I hadn't noticed that No: 2 looks far less sharp!
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DoctorJeff

Link Posted 01/04/2013 - 23:36
No.1 for sure.
Darken the path a bit (like to the shadow area), and lose the shadows on the grass.
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