|Posted by Adv.Pack|
The colors/lightness are different in each picture. I try to keep color universal throughout each photo set. The first one is more green shifted and lighter, the second one is more magenta shifted and darker. Neither is wrong, just make them both the same.
My bad. Your point is very valid and general good practice for the norms of UER (where photos are more-often-than-not presented as a set to depict the site, hence carrying a more documentary slant, the impact of which can be harmed by intra-set PP variances). But I failed to disclose that I'm trying to PP each photo for individual presentation, with an eye toward printing. Not only that, I effectively presented them as a set of two. Oops.
But yeah, even though it is from the same site, I had intended for each photo to stand on its own (I feel that putting them together as a set actually diminishes the subject's surrealism*). The variance is intentional. I should have made this more clear by separating the photos into different posts.
(* currently I'm of the mindset that subject-surrealism = good, PP-surrealism = bad, but I'm sure that might change in a few years...)