Selective Color

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All done in DxO PL3 with the new HSL circle.
 

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My first attempt at this process, lesson learned? Try using a less transparent subject!:dash2:

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Didn't know Nik Silver Efex could do selective color until I stumbled across a YouTube video
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Didn't know Nik Silver Efex could do selective color until I stumbled across a YouTube videoView attachment 799999
I like this one! You have a foreground that "pops" and it leads you in to something that seems to go on forever!
Nik Silver Efex is my favourite tool for selective colour, with other programs it is harder to control what area you want to be in colour.
The control-point in Nik makes it easy.
I would guess that you used 3 control points at least for this, one for each colour/shade.
One thing that I have learned is that the colours can bleed into other areas and in that case a control-point with SC turned down in that area takes away the bleed.

Do you have a link to the video? (I'm still learning.)
 

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I like this one! You have a foreground that "pops" and it leads you in to something that seems to go on forever!
Nik Silver Efex is my favourite tool for selective colour, with other programs it is harder to control what area you want to be in colour.
The control-point in Nik makes it easy.
I would guess that you used 3 control points at least for this, one for each colour/shade.
One thing that I have learned is that the colours can bleed into other areas and in that case a control-point with SC turned down in that area takes away the bleed.

Do you have a link to the video? (I'm still learning.)
You are exactly right. I needed to use 3 outside control points to correct for color bleed. I love all the Nik software. I still can't believe I got them free from Google.
 

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taken with Pen-F and 17/1.8 on a very rainy day in an old ruin, edited in Gimp
 
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