are the ones that I had the most fun "processing" because the light already fell in the right places. Please note that they're all at the end of this series
I have been going back and forth with b&w. But Leica renders color so beautifully that I find myself reverting to color EVEN IF I shot them in bw!
These displays, you know? Very very tricky. It's one of the things that I hate about digital; that it can go wrong in so many other places! In my Ipad, the colors are a bit warmer than how I'd like it to be versus the Mac Pro version. And I hate that! Strangely, I think it has something also to do with where I upload my working portfolio as the colors are ok on others. Between uploading, resizing, color displays... man, it can be maddening.
I'll get to the Retina if and when. I just bought my Pro a couple of months prior to the Retina release. And by the way I use my Mac, which is just for pictures, it will take awhile before I buy a new one.
As to series vs individual, the former is a weakness of mine as I tend to shoot in singles, cramming everything into one. It is difficult but it's something that merits some attention on my part. Life is a symphony of events, after all, of high notes and low. I am working on a temple series and hope you guys can jump in and tear it apart. I have the photographs already but I need to revisit how I processed them. My mind right now is working in an asynchronous manner where I am both shooting with Singles AND essays in mind. I think that some instances merit a series while others, singles. The market series is really more leaning towards singles but I wanted to see how it would look like if I all stringed them up.
I really appreciate the fact that you went through them. It can be too much and I was afraid of that as the photographs themselves have mini stories within their own frames.