red and black and white :)

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    I was impressed by Mansi's street pictures, so I dig out my photos from the street... I tried my hand in selective colouring... guess where those were taken :p and comments welcome :D

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    is it too dark?? the lower part of the photo??
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  2. Pixel9ine

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    I like #3 the most, mainly because you've kept the reflections on the lorry (I think that's what's they're called) intact... which you've also done in #2 as the lighting effects are preserved on the lane marking. However, the effect seems out of place in #1, due mainly to the intensity of the color but also the lack of any shading/highlights.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ah, well, erm..... Mentos, I would never know!!! Would I?
    Ha. And selective colouring is fun, isn't it?
    I can say so now. For Artemis taught me how to do it yesterday afternoon. Now I want to use it with so many photos. So far I tested it on two more and I am going to present just ONE of them right now :D.

    And I think I know what you mean, Croesus: that guard looks painted.
     
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    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    You did great on these mentos. The first one is awesome ! :thumbup: Well done.
     
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    Awesome pics! #3's my fave. really well done!!!
     
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    Nice job - #3 is my fave as well.
     
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    I really like 2 & 3. 1 is thrown off by the sheer boldness of the red I think. Maybe tone it down a bit in vibrance and make it less orangey?
     
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    the tones of #3 suit me best. nice work!
     
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    #1 is cool in an odd way because the scene ends up looking really flat.
    looks like a toy soldier!... especially with that unusually large light fixture - what's up with that?
     
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    nothing... he's just another Londoner :D:D:D in front on Buckingham Palace :D hehehe

    thanks for your comments :D
     
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    Nice composition of picture!
    And appropriate red.....The #2 is my favourite
     
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    These are all very nice oh Mintily gorgeous one!!! : )
     

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