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Roberta E. Wall level-deluxe 1/10/2008 4:51:09 AM

This is so awesome? How did you do it? #826381

Jim Zuckerman level-deluxe 1/10/2008 5:45:52 AM

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. #5318912

Nancy Donnell level-deluxe 2/13/2008 10:14:18 AM

Hi Jim,
What a fun, unique imaage! Really creative!! #5490058

Jim Zuckerman level-deluxe 2/13/2008 10:19:08 AM

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 #5490088

Donna LaMattino Pagakis level-deluxe 2/13/2008 2:42:24 PM

Excellent creativity, nice mood and design Jim! #5490785

Jim Zuckerman level-deluxe 2/13/2008 5:35:01 PM

Thanks very much, Donna.
Jim #5491464

Yulianto Soeroso level-deluxe 6/8/2010 12:30:35 AM

i can't imagine this show like this .. wonderful idea and inspiring #8677027

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