London Falling

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Following recent discussion on the dreaded Selective Color in "London Calling" thread, this is my take today.

$w London Falling sc.jpg
 
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Great photo and GREAT topic name :D
 

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Yes, this is using a particular colour to its best advantage. Selective colour indeed - I like it!

The recent discussions have moved me to think in this direction, too: not only to convert in post but also to find examples of selective colour that really exist.

Nice one sashbar :thumbup:
 

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Quite Nice, I really like this! :thumbup:
 
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Yes, this is using a particular colour to its best advantage. Selective colour indeed - I like it!

The recent discussions have moved me to think in this direction, too: not only to convert in post but also to find examples of selective colour that really exist.

Nice one sashbar :thumbup:

Thanks, I just got lucky with this guy in red t-shirt. He makes all the difference. Selective color helped to gel other faces into the background. Otherwise the man behind him would be a real distraction.
 

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Yes, this is using a particular colour to its best advantage. Selective colour indeed - I like it!

The recent discussions have moved me to think in this direction, too: not only to convert in post but also to find examples of selective colour that really exist.

Nice one sashbar :thumbup:

Thanks, I just got lucky with this guy in red t-shirt. He makes all the difference. Selective color helped to gel other faces into the background. Otherwise the man behind him would be a real distraction.

Aaaah, I didn't even notice that you'd used a B&W conversion on parts of the image. What was it that they used to say about cream cakes? naughty but nice!
 

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