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Selective Color Photos Paperblog Pick in Photography

Selective Color Photos

Selective color is a post-processing technique where most of a photo is change over to black and white, but some parts are left in color. This is usually achieved by using layers... Read more

Cloud Catching Kimberley Paperblog Pick in Photography

Cloud Catching in the Kimberley

Sometimes I look at the clouds and knowing the science behind the saturated air, I still must wonder like a young child: Where are they made? And how does Mother Nature make them s... Read more

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