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Jesse

Black and White - Full Color - Spot Color...One great shot from the Dubois/Snell Wedding

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I'd really like some feedback on this one so I've come up with a bit of a survey.  Please cast your vote in the comments section on Which Version of This Photo is Best?

I had the opportunity to shoot this wedding on Saturday and I've got some special ones from this wedding to share very soon, but for now I chose one nice romantic, candid shot from the park.  I shot this at 1.6 with a 50mm.  Nice bokeh, heh:)  Now what I'm wondering is this...Do you like this photo in Black and White, Color, or with Spot Color.  Personally, it's sometimes hard for me to turn a nice outdoor shot that captures vivid color into Black and White.  I have a much easier time with indoor shots in Black and White.  As far as spot color goes...Does anybody still like that effect?  I though this was a good photo to use in order to find out from you.  FEEDBACK PLEASE

#1 FULL COLOR

 

#2 BLACK AND WHITE

black and white photojournalist of the year

 

#3 SPOT COLOR

Only the flowers in color

 

Let me know what you think. Thanks

tags: Black and White Photojournalism, Spot Color


Previous Comments

Nelli: I think that I like the full color best on this photo... I like that you can see the green background, they are wearing black & white, and then her bouquet is nice and bright color!

Alice: Definetely the full color is the best! The colors are so vivid, with the black and white you are taking away from the photo! Beautiful!

linda dubois: I really prefer the full color, with them in black and white the color comes out.