Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by mcoppadge, Nov 22, 2005.
Here's a shot of fallen leaves I took and edited.
In this edition it is VERY bright and dances before my eyes. I must look away from this quickly.
Can we see the original for comparison?
By the way, if you are interested, there is a sub-forum in the Photo Themes Forum called "Photoshop Challenges". In that you can enter photos and let other members do something about them in Photoshop (or with other post-processing software they have) and you can see what they come up with. It is good fun, and maybe you could come about many a different version of this photo there?
Here is the origional. It was pretty dull and I just thought I'd play around with it a bit. It is not very bright.
Feel free to play around with it a bit. That was as much as I can do (or as creative as the combination of my imagination and my photoediting software gets).
Less luminosity, more contrasts
and my first edit with some level changes of the red and blue
Do you like it?
Grrr. Size changes thanks to Photobucket....
For the most part I like it, yes. The first obviously didn't have much difference in contrast...it seemed like one large mass of grey. That's why I aimed at changing tint and playing with shadows and highlighting. Can I see your version of it in color?
I did not produce any colour version. Only the sepia version below the black and white.
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