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Jan 04, 2008 02:23 |  #1

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Jan 04, 2008 10:02 |  #2

I actually really like that shot! I usually don't care for selective colour, but it works well.


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Jan 04, 2008 17:48 |  #3

I agree with Billiie


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Jan 04, 2008 17:48 |  #4

Thank you! I don't mess with selective color very much, but it called to me in this one


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Jan 04, 2008 18:14 |  #5

I really love your pic. I think the selective color worked great for this shot.


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