selective colouring.

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  1. Wyjid

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    i usually dont like the stuff but i figured id give it a shot. i should say this isn't selective colour but selective resaturation from a BW pic.
    any thoughts / tips? or anyone feel like ranting about selective colouring be my guest.

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    I'll rant. Pretty much the only times I care for selective coloring is the way you've done it here. There's just a hint of color left in some areas......just enough to make it not really look like "selective coloring". Desaturating the remaining colors gives a neat/subtle effect as you've shown here.
     
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    resaturated. there was no initial colour to work with.
     
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    Okay. Well, to me, it has the same appearance as a color photo that was was desaturated almost completely and turned black and white in some areas. (don't know if that even makes sense the way I'm saying it.) In any case I like the effect.
     

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