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Photography => Equipment and Technique => Topic started by: Shortsighted on July 11, 2020, 06:05:24 pm

Title: PHOTO ART filtering (part - 5)
Post by: Shortsighted on July 11, 2020, 06:05:24 pm
De-saturating all colours but one (retaining one colour in an otherwise B&W photo) is a feature of some cameras, even point-and-shoot models, and on occasion that mono-colour function can be useful if you have a playful nature. I find that red has the most utility but that may only represent a lack of imagination on my part.

(https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-fP5nfMw/0/9dec75ef/M/i-fP5nfMw-M.jpg) (https://www.smugmug.com/gallery/n-358cgw/i-fP5nfMw/A)
Rally Round the Flag .... Canada Day


(https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-Tdhd46H/0/c10e5bd6/M/i-Tdhd46H-M.jpg) (https://www.smugmug.com/gallery/n-358cgw/i-Tdhd46H/A)


(https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-JdSBQN7/0/9101e401/M/i-JdSBQN7-M.jpg) (https://www.smugmug.com/gallery/n-358cgw/i-JdSBQN7/A)
GRID LOCK
Title: Re: PHOTO ART filtering (part - 5)
Post by: Ally on July 11, 2020, 06:32:07 pm
You got the street cars to line up and stop for you? I knew you are powerful!
Title: Re: PHOTO ART filtering (part - 5)
Post by: Shortsighted on July 11, 2020, 09:23:03 pm
The gridlock was probably due to a traffic accident
or a crime scene, for which the red-pass filter can
also be useful ... and gruesome.
Title: Re: PHOTO ART filtering (part - 5)
Post by: Dinusaur on July 12, 2020, 04:07:35 pm
These are amazing - I haven't ever tried this kind of filtering technique, quite an interesting effect.