Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Selective Colorization




        These were taken while on vacation in San Diego with Ron. I have been meaning to post them, but every time I tried to upload the photos it wouldn't let me browse for images on my hard drive. So I had to download Google chrome and upload them from that browser.

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  1. Great and interesting post. I like it.
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  2. Nice feature. Allows one to showcase the main subjects bright colors.

    I am having the same problem posting photos. Seems Blogger is always having some kind of problem. Thanks for posting your fix for the problem. My last post was made from Picasa3 which let me pull up a pic.

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  3. Nicely done! This is a great way to draw the viewers eye straight to the subject of the photo. Are these with the D300?

    No problems uploading photos here but several other quirky things with blogger from time to time... Like after writing a long well thought out reply or comment it just disappears when you push the publish button! Argue!

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    1. These were shot with my D80 with the Nikon 18-135mm lens. I hadn't got the D300 yet when we went to San Diego.

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  4. I like the way you make the background into B&W, it really bring out the colors of the flowers. Nice work!

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    1. By the way, how's that 17-55mm f/2.8 working for you? Did you have a chance to play around with that?

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    2. Its working great! I actually used it to shoot the starry night photo with the windmill in it. I need to use it some more but it has been pretty cold here lately and not many people want to pose outside when its in the mid 20's for the high temp.

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  5. These are neat! I really like the second photo a lot. The colors you do present themselves well with the B&W background. Good job!

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