B&W Color

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  1. John E.

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    Generally not a big fan of this type of process but I thought this looked different



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    If you didn't tell me it was part B&W I would never have seen it.
    Very nice effect. Love it
     
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    You've used it to good effect. Very subtle.
     
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    i agree with Chris. i like this one a lot Cruzin; great sky!

    btw, is the color version that much off the b&w tone?
     
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    Great effect,
    Gives a sensation that something is out of place, but in the good way.
    It is somehow misterious
     
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    I am a great fan of this process, i think the effects look brilliant,great picture..
     
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    I couldn,t tell at first,but it certainly works,nice one
     
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    True in the color verson there was not a big difference, but enough to make the logs look on the dull side and a little dark. With the channel mixer I was able to get the tone and brightness the way I wanted and have the logs pop out. I preferred the sky in color, I did not want to loose that little bit of orange.

    I am still stumbling in PS but I took an overexposed image and an underexposed image and blended both together . I still need more practice on this process as I feel I could have done a better job.

    Seriqoizal I thought in the same lines as yourself.

    Thanks for the comments all.
     
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    lol that looks great

    never thought back and white and colour could fit in so well
     
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    Great shot, I love the effect with this picture especially. A job well done :)
     
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    that looks freaking sweet.
     
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    The tones work well with this picture, very nicely done!
     

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