Last week, I posted some cute edits of a letterbox against a brick wall.
Here is the same wall and letterbox, but taken from a much wider angle. The day was missing any definition in the sky unfortunately.
I decided to give it a treatment similar to the letterbox with different presets.
Here is the original photo, edited how I usually would, and also in black and white.
It’s lacking something for me in black and white. Which is unusual, because I usually love buildings in mono. I do love the “ripped paper” feel at the top of the building though, it’s very cool.
So, on to my presets.
It wasn’t until this last autumnal-feeling shot that I noticed the little kid on a bicycle at the far end of the pavement.
What do you think about these presets?
5 replies on “One Wall, Three (Four) Ways.”
In this case, I like the first one best. 🙂
The golden warmth of the last one seems most pleasing to my eyes. 🙂
I’m with Olga–the warmth of that last photo is beautiful, Desley.
I’m afraid that stray branch (out of focus) distracts me in every case! But if I persuade my eye to ignore that, then my favourite is the black and white.
Interesting. I too noticed different things in the different edits 🙂