"Mushrooms"  © Bob Duff
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(@InspiredByChelle) Rachelle Crockett said:July 17th, 2012 (2:00pm) PDT
Nice contrast :)
(@Pw081251) Patricia Preston Warren said:July 17th, 2012 (1:57pm) PDT
(@pietflour) piet flour said:May 4th, 2012 (8:08am) PDT
excellent BW macro
great lighting you used
(@CorrieWhite)  said:April 30th, 2012 (5:59pm) PDT
Without looking at any other comments, I really like the purity and contrast of the original. Another great work.
(@MimEisenberg) Mim Eisenberg said:April 22nd, 2012 (7:40am) PDT
I find this brighter image more eye-catching and pleasing to my taste. The details, of course, are fantastic.
(@MickeydelPilar) Michael del Pilar said:April 20th, 2012 (9:49am) PDT
I tend to agree with Doug's analysis...they're both good depending on your intention !
(@JeremyBarton)  said:April 20th, 2012 (3:57am) PDT
Nice work ! 10!
(@drdab99) Doug Benner said:April 20th, 2012 (3:03am) PDT
This is a tough call, Bob. Version 1 (the gritty one) is more true to life, but the other is very beautiful and imparts a different feel to the image. I guess it depends on what your purpose is. If I were hanging one in a gallery I think I would opt for beauty over realism.
(@lorenzo) Lorenzo Cassina said:April 19th, 2012 (5:51pm) PDT
Excellent details and composition. A joy!
(@davidmcmahon) David McMahon said:April 19th, 2012 (1:38pm) PDT
Interesting challenge, Bob, but I reckon I'd go for version 1. Either way, you've really captured those ridges.
(@jnhPhoto) John Harrison said:April 19th, 2012 (12:28pm) PDT
great pic Bob
(@pandora) pandora said:April 19th, 2012 (8:32am) PDT
i love the idea to turn the most beautifull upside down! impressive gills and light. both of your versions seem to have their own style and character exactly as you said. both of them are carefully done. can't decide ;o)
(@ppalcaide) pepe alcaide said:April 19th, 2012 (7:57am) PDT
Muy buenos blancos y mucha nitidez.
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:April 19th, 2012 (6:31am) PDT
Personally I prefer the more white version. It provides a more other worldly feeling to me. Very impressive photograph.
(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:April 19th, 2012 (5:52am) PDT
Love the B&W Bob....such clarity beautiful image!

Bob Duff
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I've posted two versions of the same set of mushrooms. Each with differing processing. The default is the latest incarnation and is was processed for a more pure white with and more detail. Version 1 is the original processing with a more gritty earthy feel. Would be very interested in your perspectives on the two of them.

Uploaded: Apr 19th, 2012 (5:48am)
Category: flora/fauna

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