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    A lot of cameras now offer a selective colour when in video or camera mode. Leaving everything in greyscale except the selected colour. Nice photos by the way.A lovely positive..
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisgas View Post
    A lot of cameras now offer a selective colour when in video or camera mode. Leaving everything in greyscale except the selected colour. Nice photos by the way.A lovely positive..
    Yes, and standard filters in editing tools often have similar things.
    I notice Snapseed now has a "selective" tool which lets you pick a colour on the photo, then apply brightness/contrast/saturation changes to just that colour. Kind of useful if you want (for example) boost the overall saturation, but then that makes one colour overblown...
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    Hi Bimble. thanks for the information.

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    Back2Back

    Anyhow, as promised, Back2Back photos. Alas, I was unable to stay for the gold medal matches as I was working that night down in London and had to leave if I wanted to get there in time.

    Now the format of the Back2Back is more or less simple. All the archers in a particular division are put into five groups of six archers. Then inside those groups there are a series of 12 arrow, round robin matches, with 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw, 0 for a loss. Once everyone has shot against everyone else in their group the top two from each group are automatically put through to the next round. Then the top eight scoring (cumulative score of all the arrows shot) of the non-auto qualifiers are also put through.

    All these archers are then put into three new groups of six archers, and the process is repeated. This time the top two archers from each group and the top two non-auto qualifers are ranked into a top eight and a shoot-up is done.

    Shoot-ups, if you weren't aware, is where the 8th ranked archer takes on the 7th ranked archer, and the winner stays on to then shoot against the 6th ranked archer... and then the winner of that match stays on to shoot against the 5th... etc, etc. And to mix it up, the X ring scores 11.

    But enough writing, on with the photos!! The full album is on flickr and can be found HERE

















    I also played with a feature on my new camera of taking video at 100fps... it will do it in colour, but as it's a bit dark in the hall I stuck with filming in B&W. So you have compounders...



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