Four my second edit of the Hammock image, I chose to convert it to B&W. Using Aperture, I selected the “green filter” under the B&W effects, mainly because I liked the way it darkened the walls behind the white hammock, making it stand out more. I was not completely happy with the lightness of the leaves across the bottom, so I darkened them a bit using the burn tool. I also removed one leaf that was black and distracting. A little crop, and I was done. I like this image in B&W – what do you think?
Comments and suggestions are welcome!
Thanks to Robyn at Captivate Me for hosting the One Four Challenge!
Here are my previous images: