My fist selective coloring.

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  1. Ruining

    Ruining TPF Noob!

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    Yeah, I know. It's gimmicky, but I'm having a good time with it. The main reason I bought this camera was to take B&W photos and put them up in our living room around the 18" border at the top of the room. The room is Brown with the 18" gray border, so I thought B&W's would look pretty good up there, but now I'm thinking of going this route. Let me know what you think.


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    BTW. How do you make borders around your photos? I've seen some that look great! Thanks for looking!:thumbup:
     
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    thats really cool mate, how do you do selective colouring?? im assuming its done in photoshop?
     
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    Yeah, you do it in a program like photoshop. In this case, I just got rid of the greens. I was limited on places to set the camera since I didn't have a tripod, and used the coloring to get rid of the big leaf in front of us. It was pretty bright and distracting. I also wanted the reds to stand out.

    thanks.
     

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