Sunday, February 20, 2011

ThreeSixFive, Week 8

Side by side....well sort of. This is my pic of the week. My photography class assignment. These are both straight out of the camera (SOOC). No post processing.

NOTE: Photo #1 was taken Saturday, 2/12 at about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. I was trying to utilize some of the long shadows of the afternoon. The cloud cover was acting as a natural diffuser and softening the light. Photo #2 was taken the following morning, Sunday 2/13 at 7 o'clock. The sun was just breaking over the horizon.

Photo #1

Photo #2

My choice is not the same as the one my instructor chose. Which is your preference? Photo #1 or Photo #2?

Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Please hop over to my photo blog, ShutterClicks to view the rest of this week's pictures. Have a fabulous week.

Peace and Joy,

Galatians 4:10 (NKJV) You observe days and months and seasons and years.


Mimi said...

I like the coloring of picture #2 the best.


Joyce said...

I think I prefer #1...I like the grayer look of the sky against the stone. It looks like winter.

LuAnn said...

I like picture #1. I just got done with a photography class. Just loved it !!

Kim said...

Were they taken at the same time, but with different settings on the camera? They both have things I like :) The first one is very clean and crisp, and I agree with Joyce that it's very "wintry" looking. #2 is sort of moody and more intense.

Jen said...

I like #2 the most! Gorgeous! But they are both very beautiful, interesting shots. :)

Mari said...

I like #1 because it's a neat building and I like that the building is so clear on it.
I liked this comparison!

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~*~KIMBERLY~*~ said...

No. 2

Nice work, even if it's not like the instructor's. I can't imagine everyone having identical shots.

The Bug said...

I like #2 the best because of the light - but the 1st one is such a good picture of the BUILDING. I'm conflicted :)