Mannequin at Lord & Tayler window display | New York City | Fuji F20, 2006 | color
Should have made this a cutout! I like portions of the color image better than the b&w, but I like the b&w better overall. (Odd sort of statement, I know.)
Is that green pea? Brooklyn Heights. cheers!This is a nice b&w shot of a model. You could eliminate the reflection, but it really adds to the "outdoor exposure". :-) Love the gray tone.
Wow - thats beautiful!
I like the reflection, and I think its a big part of the picture. And I like the dress to, would like to have it :))
I like the city reflection it adds to the rather gaudy window display.
An impressive and elegant composition. The reflection adds to this image!
Really nice. Like this a lot.
Tena koe ehoaI like this version of the red dress Poramit! I think the tonal variation is really quite splendid. The reflections add to the elegance of the image while complimenting the thoughts and aspirations of a shoppers want.Though just the mention of red in your image title subliminally gives visitors the expectation of something red.
Briliant.After the dark veils, the night it he shows his your) made exchequer of dreams and precious stones that go out of his your chest and some woman went. In nights of mysterious red mirrors, as his your garment. Red reflexes of passion in the baroque mirrors.Then a beautiful manikin with red garment that leaves the photo of his your infancy on the table.^.
love bothe the black and white and colored shots... nice one... :)
Superb reflections! Awesome composition !
as usual.. a top notch b&w from you. ;)
i like this b&w better than the color version, it looks like antique and very high end fashion and the b&w gives that special feeling.
After reading the caption, I thought why you posted a b&w version as colour would have looked nice but after looking at the coloured version, I feel this one has a lot more impact and class
red gown in black and whitenice picture taken from a glass window
i dont know whether i think you should have left the dress red or not? fine shot though!
i just post the color selection version side by side wt b&w. i wonder what it will look like since jan, david, navin and ndiginiz mention about it:-))
oh, err, ahhhh, mmmm, oh i don't know! i like them both!!!
hmmm, I'll go red!
gotta go with the selective coloured one...
The lady in red.
Nice shot. It's like a mulitple exposure but it's not. And I like the emphasis on the red.
i like the selective colred version! :)
hey, bit shocked when I saw some colour! only kidding, the processing is excellent and I prefer the top image..cheers :)
I like the version with the color dress a bit better. It's bright and "in your face," but I think it leaves more of an impact.
Wow, that turned out great!
Really liking the b&w shot. Still rather undecided about the colour separation; rather stark for me.
Great selective colour on this. Nice one.
I really like the colour selection in that top photograph. it REALLY works.
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