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Frank Ruiter
Posted on Thu Dec 4, 2003 6:20 PM

Hi everybody,

In advertising and fashion photography you see a lot of strainge but beautiful colours, for a big part created using Photoshop i guess.

On the PDN site someone asked how to achieve the technique called Bleach Bypass, which is used in the movie industrie. I'd love to know a way to do it in PS.
Or for example the shot from Annie Leibowitz of the Sopranos with it's peculiar colours http://www.artandcommerce.com/ac/portfolios/portfolio/index.cfm?name=annieleibovitz&lastdir;=Photography&port;=%20HBO%3A%20Sopranos There's probably some analoug way to achieve it, but i'd rather do it on the computer then taking risks using chemicals.

There's some very nice information on this site (in general) about B&W; conversion techniques without losing quality. I'm just wondering if there are certain ways to give your colour images a certain feeling just like everybody does whith there sepia/duotone black and white images.

Kind regards,

Frank Ruiter


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