Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by dandiaz, Feb 7, 2010.
c and c please.
find me on aim, i'll send you more filters
what how do you do that selective coloring?
Look it up on google. Its quite simple and easy to do.
There are few ways to do that
#1a - choose an adjustment brush (saturation), desaturate everything except what you want to be left in color
#1b - desaturate EVERYTHING then "erase" the area that you want to stay in color
#2 - its easier to see it here then me describing Viddler.com - Touch Of Color Too - Uploaded by ziser
I did the 1a. This is very easy if your going to use it in a picture where your subject have a different color the the background.
Is that first one the "make everyone turn their heads sideways" preset?
Doing is 1b (funny i guess the way I named it) at least for me is easier when object is small compared to the rest of the scene, as it is in your picture. Its just less details I have to go through
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, go to Topic1 and Topic2 of his threads to read up on some very important and useful information.
Ouch Dan, #1 really hurt my neck and I already had a kink. I can't tell what the subject is. What else did you do besides make it B&W?
#2 - Nice color on the flower. There are distracting things in the background and even the vines to the right.
Are you in Manila, Philippines?
sorry for that kinda did a lot on #1. basically test all the settings in lightrooms. I did use the brush to i think.
Yes. I'm in Manila
one more of #1
Wow, the color on the sky is awesome!! is that a lens effect? Love the flower pic!
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