October 2012 : 1 week at Bordeaux.

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Canon 60D
Tamron 10-24 f3.5-4.5
Canon 100L f2.8 IS
Macro Flash Nissin MF18

 

 

5 Comments

  1. How do you exactly make only the parts of the image grayscale? If I create two layers – one original and one greyscale and then delete the upper layer, pic doesn’t look nice and is very unnatural

    • Hi, I lower the saturation of the color(s) channel(s) that I want grey. It affects the whole picture and gives an initial ok result that I improve later by selecting specific zones to correct manually the effect where needed.

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