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Waterstones (Which Version is Best?)

choccy

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Just wondering what version people prefer?

Waterstones b&w.jpgWaterstones Matte 2.jpgWaterstones Matte.jpgWaterstones.jpg1,2,3 or 4 ?
 

NPUK

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I'm struggling to choose between 1 & 2, they both have pros and cons.
 

Photobum

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The first one. And not just because I am a black & white fan, but to me, it clearly stands out among the other three. Ken
 

Taboo

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Its the second one for me. Looks more old style film but I can't help looking straight at the two people (or parts of) that blend into the background. Just takes the edge off the shot a little for me. Not that they shouldn't be there, but maybe wait for a couple of different subjects.
 
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