Betty LaRue Posted April 10, 2016 Share Posted April 10, 2016 Some photographs can be made quite interesting when selective color is used. It actually might grab the eye of a buyer. Or not? My way of thinking is this. Present the image in full color and let the buyer process it for selective color if that's what he/she wants. Instead of presenting the image to a small percentage of buyers who might like what you've done, your image is there for 100% who are looking for your subject matter, and the few who might want it in selective color can process it. Am I using wrong thinking? Anyone actually selling selective color images? I think selective color would best be used in conceptual commercial images only. I developed a family portrait using selective color that worked splendidly. A man holding a baby girl. All in dramatic black and white except for the colorful large yellow sunflower the baby wore on her headband. But that was for family. Interested in your opinions. Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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