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I don't think I've ever done a selective-colour image before, but I have a street image where I've made the surroundings de-saturated to draw attention to the subject.

 

Would this be acceptable to Alamy?

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Yes.

 

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Edited by spacecadet

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Nice image. The whites look whiter than white though. Could you tone them down slightly and maybe make the cave structure a little darker too?

 

Just asking not criticising.

 

Allan

 

 

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I was just thinking the same myself before I scrolled down and saw your post, but that was in my jpeg days. I doubt there's anything left in those highlights.

I decided at the time that it was a high fashion shot.B)

Edit: there is more! I've just updated it to 2012 process. Very exciting.

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Thanks for the replies everyone.

 

I'm about to upload my first Olympus images, I'll be biting my fingernails!

 

Have a good bank holiday everyone! :)

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Here's (the only?) one of mine

 

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Although I've got quite a lot where I've partially desaturated, or increased saturation to increase distinction between subject and background.

 

Mark

Edited by M.Chapman

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Just the one, but I can't remember a sale from it. 

Scottish police constable supervising a political march. Selective colouring technique applied to hi viz jacket. Stock Photo

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I guess we all have a few of these somewhere. None of mine have been licensed.

 

 

blue-deckchair-on-mono-background-milton

 

 

Allan

 

 

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