Digital photography and Selective colour

I have been impressed by some images I have seen recently on a few blogs where people have gone for a monochrome image and one selective colour (usually red) and thought I would see what I could do with one or two of the iPad apps…Here goes for today’s theme of ‘red’ (well it had to be). I am unable to do this kind of manipulation in my version of PSE which is a shame because it would enable decent file sizes and better effects (the iPad apps all degrade image quality, but hey they are hardly expensive!

At least it gives me a taste of what can be done, and something to build on later.



Tomorrow I thought I would try blue, and see what I can come up with, successfully or otherwise.


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