Please critique my B&W conversions

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I did a shoot in the studio for a friend's daughter the other day... MAN are 2 year olds hard to shoot, they don't sit still!:eek::Dizzy: I should have known, I have one myself, but this was getting crazy... anyway, here are some of the better shots, followed by the B&W conversions, basically, went to channel mixer>monochrome>green filter, and then a little curves adjustments. How'd they turn out? Compared to the color versions, what would you have done? Thanks!

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I like it...but it's lacking something else...maybe if she had a teddy bear in her hand or a doll. I like the B&W...but it looks a little soft around the face.
 
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Other wise very nice
Gotcha from the other post, Gale... thanks!

I like it...but it's lacking something else...maybe if she had a teddy bear in her hand or a doll. I like the B&W...but it looks a little soft around the face.
Ok... I wanted to try some props, but her mom didn't, so...? :smile: softness might be from the downsizing for web??? Looks good on my computer.
 
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