Photo Effects ???????

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  1. ADELICATEIMAGE

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    Do you mean the selective color?
     
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    ya, any ideas?
     
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    What editing program are you using? Thats going to make the difference.
     
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    i use cs3, microsoft D.I suite, acd3. what are you thinking?
     
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    Well in PS i make the photo B&W and then I would select the object I wanted to colorize and then I would change the Hues to bring out the color again. There are soooooooo many ways to do it but that is the easiest.

    I know many others will give you other ideas on how to do it too.
     
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    I also noticed you have Microsoft Digital Imaging. In that program you want to make the photo B&W and then select the item you want to colorize and then under filters there is an option to colorize. Then it gives you an option of colors to use.

    I hope this helps.
     
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    In PS3, you carefully make a selection around the glasses (with magnetic lasso for example), and then click on Select > Inverse. Then go to Image > Adjustments > Desaturate, or create a layer mask of Hue/Saturation and drag the saturation slider all the way to the left. You may want to strengthen the contrast of the B&W portion to enhance the image.
     
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    I am confused by your wording. Are you are asking us to do something or showing us what you did?

    If you are showing us your attempt, I think the image you chose doesnt have enough of the wine glasses showing to make an impact. And its also a very small element in a wide angle image of 4 people toasting.

    Also, selective coloring is not something that is particularly interesting unless its done in a very unique way, and only in certain circumstances where its obvious that it enhances the image (just my opinion).
     
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    but for a wedding photo, isnt it sort of more common? i know i've seen a few wedding shots with selective coloring that came out very nice
     
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    let me explain, i have a large dj service, i started photography a year ago. i have handled 7 wedding shootings. i posted a help wanted position for shooting. one guy sent me a few samples. im trying to figure out how he did this before i interview his in a few days. so i dont look so bad. than after knowing a little about the effect, i am going to ask him more about this technique. the thing is he makes it not totally B&W.
     

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