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    help with this effect

    i have found this pic ( not mine ) and was wondering if you might be able to give me a work flow in cs3 of how to achieve it as i like taking photos of old stuff i have many old cars trucks houses etc and just like the way it looks and am keen to learn i have tried tri tone but cant seem to get this effect please help
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    Photo removed. Do NOT post photos on Ausphotography that are not yours. This is a serious copyright breach!
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    The effect you wanted to be shown is how to do what is referred to as "selective colour", here is a tutorial on it for cs3, but is basically the same in cs2

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2lkv9Ztr8I

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    apologies for breach

    only new just learning thanks

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