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    I ran across this barn last April and thought it looked cool.
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    Cool first image - I quite like the comp and subject matter and mood. I dig the subtle flakes in the bkgd.
    It looks selectively coloured though - not sure it was necessary here.
    I think if it were mine, I think I'd go full BW, or monotone, likely sepia.
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    Thank you for your comments. The original jpeg has more color. Not sure why it is lost on the upload. I didn't much to it other than cropping.

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    I'm a big fan of this kind of photography. It's so graphic and somehow "home-y". You've really captured the feeling of coldness and wetness (I think I'm making up words as I go here, but you get the idea ). Very nice work.

    On the change in colour from your machine to the uploaded version, are you working off a calibrated display? That can make a BIG difference between what you see and what comes across the internet. Just a thought on that. Regardless, nice work.
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    I too like this image. As Marko suggested, perhaps you could try it as a full B&W.

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    Thanks for the comments. Glenn, my monitors are calibrated with the internal controls available and are 4k and very sharp. I use a 2013 Mac Pro. Is there a better way to process the image for uploading?
    I will try going full B&W, sounds fun.

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    As Marco suggested I edited it into B&W and Sepia.Name:  20170407_0033 6x4s.jpg
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    Oops! Blew that one. Name:  20170407_0033 6x4bw.jpg
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