Black & white or colour? And any other C&C welcome
Went to the Carter's steam fair on the weekend (good fun by the way if you're anywhere near Dulwich in London).
Took a few shots, but quite liked this one because it seemed to tell a bit of a story, at least in that you can see the effort (standing on tip toes) to look over the fence to see the train. (It's my son, he's 11 months old and only just managing to stand by pulling himself up on. He'd been for a ride on the train and loved it).
Any views on colour v black and white? Any other C&C welcome. (I know it's a bit annoying having the strap or something show in the bottom right hand corner, but I was holding a lot of things and to crop it out I'd lose either the kid in the train or the tip toes...)
(Taken with G1 and 14-45, shot in Raw and some light PP in Lightroom).
That's a lovely shot with toes off the ground. For some reason I like the B&W version, maybe it is an appropriate style for the steam train?
I prefer the B&W.
It should be relatively easy to clone out the strap.
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