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© Jim Zuckerman
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Roberta E. Wall
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    This is so awesome? How did you do it?


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1/10/2008 4:51:09 AM

 
Jim Zuckerman
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Thank you, Roberta. I selected the bike using the magic wand tool in CS3, then used Select > inverse. This selected only the background. Then, using Image > adjustments > hue/saturation, I reduced the background to black and white. This technique as well as digitally hand coloring black and white photos are explained in my Photoshop: Creative Techniques course here at BP.


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1/10/2008 5:45:52 AM

 
Nancy Donnell
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Hi Jim,
What a fun, unique imaage! Really creative!!


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2/13/2008 10:14:18 AM

 
Jim Zuckerman
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Jim's Photo Courses:
2-Week Short Course: Snow Photography
4-Week Short Course: Stock Photography
4-Week Short Course: Taking the Mystery Out of Flash Photography
4-Week Short Course: Techniques of Natural Light Photography
Developing Your Creative Artistic Vision
Eight Steps to More Dramatic Photography
Fundamentals of Photography Made Easy
Low Light Photography
Making Money with Your Photography
Perfect Digital Exposure
Photoshop: Advanced Creative Techniques
Photoshop: Creative Techniques
Photoshop: Thinking Outside the Box
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Thanks, Nancy. I saw the wrought iron bike at an antique/junk store as I was driving and stopped to buy it for a prop. In the spring I want to shoot it with a white picket fence.

Jim


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2/13/2008 10:19:08 AM

 
Donna LaMattino Pagakis
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Excellent creativity, nice mood and design Jim!


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2/13/2008 2:42:24 PM

 
Jim Zuckerman
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Jim's Photo Courses:
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4-Week Short Course: Taking the Mystery Out of Flash Photography
4-Week Short Course: Techniques of Natural Light Photography
Developing Your Creative Artistic Vision
Eight Steps to More Dramatic Photography
Fundamentals of Photography Made Easy
Low Light Photography
Making Money with Your Photography
Perfect Digital Exposure
Photoshop: Advanced Creative Techniques
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Photoshop: Thinking Outside the Box
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Thanks very much, Donna.
Jim


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2/13/2008 5:35:01 PM

 
Yulianto Soeroso
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i can't imagine this show like this .. wonderful idea and inspiring


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