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    Marilynne's B/W and Selective Color

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    Desert Rose

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    Nice Marilynne, did you do the selective color in camera or post processing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyNH View Post
    Nice Marilynne, did you do the selective color in camera or post processing?

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    Thanks Pat. Did the selective color in the camera. Don't think ViewNX 2 does that in PP. If it does, I haven't discovered it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Thanks Pat. Did the selective color in the camera. Don't think ViewNX 2 does that in PP. If it does, I haven't discovered it yet.
    I played a bit with it here at wiork one day (in camera). Not too bad... I have not had a good "subject" to try it on for real yet..

    That truck in my daileys was done in LR4 buy just turning off all colors... (I had already taken it in full color)

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    Re: Marilynne's B/W and Selective Color

    I don't like the black and white effect for these photos, I think it makes the images look dull and subtracts from the quality of image.

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    Marilynne, I really like your black and white effect for these photos, I think it makes the images look very artistic, bright and retro in an exciting way, and definitely adds to the quality of the image. Thank you for sharing with us your vision of photography.
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    Very nice Marilynne, I particularly like the desert rose shot. I think the touch of color against the B&W Bokeh really sets it off, nice work!
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    Re: Marilynne's B/W and Selective Color

    Way to go Marylinne! I also like the the pink flowers, because the selective coloring is restricted only at the flowers and not to other parts of the picture!
    Last edited by stamatisg2002; 12-28-2012 at 02:51 PM.
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