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    Default is this ps? how to get this effect?

    black & white as background, subject in colour

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by lamberry View Post
    black & white as background, subject in colour
    you betcha...
    If not PS, then how else? Unless you really can find black and white leaves.

    give it a guess la. How do you think it's done...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamberry View Post
    black & white as background, subject in colour

    Here.
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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    Technique is called selective colouring/de-saturation.

    Google for the video tutorials for an idea on how its done.

    Anyway, since its not your photo, better post the link when you ask the question rather than post the photo itself.
    Last edited by ahbian; 26th April 2010 at 09:21 PM.

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    Just google "selective coloring photoshop"

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    We have a guide on ClubSNAP as well. You can find it here.

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    You could cut the bottle shape out of a black and white filter...
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    dup another layer, convert upper layer to b/w.... then mask out the bottle. done

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    Pentax K-X has such a digital filter that can extract only a single color.

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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    no...the photographer bleached the surrondings
    ok..lousy joke...ya, photoshop can come up with many "wow" effects...when it looks too good to be true, then most likely, it's not true....the "dirty word"(to some) - photoshopped!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thanantosis View Post
    dup another layer, convert upper layer to b/w.... then mask out the bottle. done
    actually if the background does not have any colours that coincide with the bottle, you can just simply selective desaturate the colours...dun reli nid masking sometimes...
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    Default Re: is this ps? how to get this effect?

    search in YouTube, you will find many tutorial on this effect..

    btw, this effect is so yesterday.
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