Photo: The Power Of Selective Coloring.....

When SEP first hi the streets I wasn't sure I was going to dig it, but for the last year or so I have found some images that it works brilliantly with so I thought I would share one hoping you might discover its power as well.

In terms of processing, this image is a single photo processed in LR4. The B&W conversion along with the selective coloring was all done within NIK SEP 2.

Not to sound creepy, but I shot this image with my camera hanging around my neck and a shutter release cable running down my sleeve. Hmm, on second thought…that sounds pretty creepy. I made a lot of photos using this technique in Bordeaux that day. I read about the technique from a great street photographer so I decided to give it a try on a walk between my hotel and the Saint-Andre Cathedral. I thought it worked out pretty good. Something you might not have considered is that it provided a unique perspective because the camera was about a foot and a half lower than eye level.

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If you ever want to put one of my photos on your desktop, you can just hit the site, click the image, click X3 and set it as your daily desktop.

http://www.hossedia.com/2013/02/french-women/

#niksoftware #blackandwhitedailyphoto #blackandwhite #france #bordeaux
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The Power Of Selective Coloring.....

When SEP first hi the streets I wasn't sure I was going to dig it, but for the last year or so I have found some images that it works brilliantly with so I thought I would share one hoping you might discover its power as well.

In terms of processing, this image is a single photo processed in LR4. The B&W conversion along with the selective coloring was all done within NIK SEP 2.

Not to sound creepy, but I shot this image with my camera hanging around my neck and a shutter release cable running down my sleeve. Hmm, on second thought…that sounds pretty creepy. I made a lot of photos using this technique in Bordeaux that day. I read about the technique from a great street photographer so I decided to give it a try on a walk between my hotel and the Saint-Andre Cathedral. I thought it worked out pretty good. Something you might not have considered is that it provided a unique perspective because the camera was about a foot and a half lower than eye level.

******************************************************************************
If you ever want to put one of my photos on your desktop, you can just hit the site, click the image, click X3 and set it as your daily desktop.

http://www.hossedia.com/2013/02/french-women/

#niksoftware #blackandwhitedailyphoto #blackandwhite #france #bordeaux

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