78/366 Watching Paint Peel

Yes- that is paint peeling off an old garage wall-but I would like to think this is a bit more exciting to view-

Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Stackables, Formulas, iColorama, and Pic-Tap-Go

For today: Watching Paint Peel

Watching Paint Peel

 

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18 thoughts on “78/366 Watching Paint Peel

    • I thought so-the image in color just did not do much for me-I was reading a comment earlier where someone, talking about photography, said if an image does not work in color, an image does not work in black and white which I am not sure I agree with-but it is something to think about-Thank you for looking!

      • I very much disagree with that –color photography and B/W photography are apples and oranges. With B/W photography, things like light and shadow, form, and texture come to the forefront. With color photography those things are also important, but they tend to be dominated by color. Most of my work is in color these days, but a couple of years ago I did a large project (Me and My Shadow) that involved converting all of the images to high contrast B/W. The original pix looked pretty mediocre in color, they were spectacular in high contrast B/W.

      • I agree. I found the comment odd–and apparently a lot of other people did too. It was interesting as the person who made it is a graphic designer who clearly has a some very strong opinions of what works and what does not in images. 😉

        I would have liked to have seen that series Bill-I am sure it was terrific!

        On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 8:46 PM, Move the Chair wrote:

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  1. This is very interesting. It looks nether-worldish, if that is a place. I too, like the B&W but would like to see it in color just for comparison.

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