Colour splash photography isolates one or more bright colours in an image, for dramatic effect, leaving the rest of the image in black and white. It’s playful, packs a visual punch, but also divides opinion. As well as the red umbrellas, and the brightly coloured balloons, are there also more subtle ways in which selective colours can be retained, to create an arresting image? There are many free tutorial videos available on how to achieve this effect using Photoshop and other image editing softwares.
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