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Selective colour is a digital process where by the photograph is rendered black and white while keeping chosen details in color. This effect draws the viewers’ attention to the colored areas, creating striking images.



Took ages to do and it’s not as easy as the you tube videos would have me believe! Might have another go tomorrow see if I can do it better. Depends on how much time I have.



8 comments on “Day 221~366

  1. Jay says:

    I did a project where I took my photos, rendered them in black and white, and then chose one item in the picture to do in red (sometimes an item that wasn’t originally red). It was hard,b ut it made for a striking collection. Unfortunately I must have gotten dumber because I’ve never been able to repeat the process.

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    1. Loads of Utubes on how to do it should you ever feel the need again, but I did find it quite irksome! Cheers Jay.


  2. beetleypete says:

    You did well to get the colour mix into that one glass marble, FR. I have one of those selectable colour features on the X-30, but I have never used it.
    It only offers a single colour choice though, not the effect you achieved.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete, I found photographers seem to be very love/hate about it reading articles on it, don’t think it’s something I’d take to but some of the examples I saw are quite striking.


  3. Francis.R. says:

    Amazing… I’ve seen selective color but is just one color, not a full object with its colours. :O

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    1. Thanks Francis 🙂

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  4. lolabees says:

    Looks great, fraggs! Very pretty.

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