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The Colour in the Monochrome Madness Image

Over at Leanne Cole Photography is Monochrome Madness 41 and I thought this week I might show what the colour image looked like, the colour in Monochrome.  I have some lovely carnations in my garden and while it was nice seeing one of them in monochrome, they also look really in colour, so here is the colour one.

The Colour in the Monochrome Madness Image

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I cropped it a little different to the monochrome one, than when I was processing the monochrome version, I didn’t really plan on doing it in colour as well, but I hope you agree the colour one is nice as well.  I have processed this a little differently to the monochrome carnation, though I also didn’t do as much to it.

I like carnations, they are sort of scrappy flowers, but when you look up close they are also quite detailed.  Quite amazing.  I think I will have to go and find more to plant, I think a lot more in the garden would be nice.  Funny, since I got a macro lens, I really want to get my garden looking good, would be nice to have many things to photograph.

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I am going to include a gallery now for the two images.

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2 Responses

  1. Hey leanne … stunning. I really like this in B&W, but in colour it is cheeky! I know what you mean about carnations too … 🙂

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