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  1. #6541
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    Very cool, ive always wanted to know how to make a B&W photo have a certain object in color.

  2. #6542
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    there's a few ways to do it, for this one I pasted the color photo into a new layer (in Photoshop) over the B&W one, and then erased everything except the flag.
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  3. #6543
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    Rasidel, I'm not usually a fan of selected color, but that shot is really good in so many ways!
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  4. #6544
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    Another on the same theme:

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  5. #6545
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    that's a top show rasidel


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  6. #6546
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    Nism,

    Love the blue/pink contrast, but I wish that the flower had a little more DOF in focus. I find the slight softness at the center of the bloom itself a little distracting. I think that when it is so well isolated and contrasted against the background that it needs complete sharpness. Probably as the setting really amplifies the brain's focus on the details in the flower.

  7. #6547
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    That's a very cool photo, how did you do it?

  8. #6548
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    Looking up Market Street from the Hobart Building:


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  9. #6549
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    Chulitna River Denali State Park.

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  10. #6550
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Nism,

    Love the blue/pink contrast, but I wish that the flower had a little more DOF in focus. I find the slight softness at the center of the bloom itself a little distracting. I think that when it is so well isolated and contrasted against the background that it needs complete sharpness. Probably as the setting really amplifies the brain's focus on the details in the flower.
    hey thanks for your feedback; much appreciated.
    just checked the exif - was shooting 200mm @ f/2.8 (i'm such a f/2.8 twat). so given that i'm suprised this much is in focus to start with! but yeh i should stop down to clarify more detail.
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