Hail Caesar’s Forum Shops – Part B&W

Which version do your prefer and why? The previous color version or the monochrome one here.

Forum Shops NSE 1052

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20 Responses to Hail Caesar’s Forum Shops – Part B&W

  1. Lora Verheecke says:

    I prefer the color version. The colors reinforce both the sumptuosity and grotesqueness of the building.

  2. renxkyoko says:

    I don’t see the colored pic, but I’m sure I’d prefer the colored one.

  3. renxkyoko says:

    Saw it… I still like the colored one. XD

  4. I think this needs the color…

  5. Fabulous photo of the column statues.

  6. This is something that I’ve been playing with the past few days. I think they are different photos with a different feel based on the format. The BW is more serious and about form and the coloris more light and fun. It depends what you want to say. Wow – too deep for a Wednesday night 😛

  7. Allison says:

    I’m a b&w fanatic!! 🙂 Love it either way but there’s something majestic to me about the b&w. 🙂

  8. A. Blake says:

    I like the B&W because it’s what the original picture would have been.

  9. feralc4t says:

    Colour for me here, I agree with infraredrobert, also loss of detail in the bright areas at the top of the shot that that the colour retains, cool building 🙂

  10. Lionel Sneed says:

    The color version caught my eyes more because more complex details were expo

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