Today, some selective colouring on otherwise monochrome images…blue. I must say, I prefer the vibrancy of red, but these two proved interesting.

As you can see, the selection with the app I used didn’t work perfectly, and I didn’t get a pure monochrome plus blue, but it makes me want to get something a bit more sophisticated on the mac and have a play around…in my dreams, I may not find what I want for the price I can manage.

This first image is a Manrique composite seen in a restaurant in Lanzarote –


And this is a seaside location in Lanzarote (both are visibly less successful in converting to monochrome than yesterday’s red) –



One comment

  1. This selective colouring can create interesting effects – my camera will actually do this when taking the photo.

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