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    Selective color B&W




    Processed with Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.
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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Subtle and very, very nice Uwe.

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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Subtle and very, very nice Uwe.

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    Thanks. Subtle was the goal.
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    Re: Selective color B&W

    The Saucy Pepper (not so subtle):

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    Re: Selective color B&W

    I did these about two years ago when I was first trying out the technique.

    My daughter with a huge mango..!



    My sons car...


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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Sorry but personally I'd punish selective colour with being hung up by the toenails...
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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Sorry but personally I'd punish selective colour with being hung up by the toenails...
    For most, it's a beginner's software learning experience (how'd they do that?). Once done, seldom repeated, except for images used in greeting cards. Uwe's image does point toward something more legitimate, though.
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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Uwe as always has a wonderful understated sophistication in all that he does.
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    Re: Selective color B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Uwe as always has a wonderful understated sophistication in all that he does.
    Thanks.

    Last edited by ustein; 24th May 2011 at 21:51.
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