Playing with colors..........

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by DadeCountyAnthony, May 3, 2008.

  1. DadeCountyAnthony

    DadeCountyAnthony TPF Noob!

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    I bought a Canon 28-135mm at a yard sale. I know it is not the best lens for micro but just wanted to get the colors right. C&C please.

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    You said it was OK to edit your pictures so I took the liberty to do a few adjustments. I think it's a great shot that just needed a few adjustments made to make it really "pop".

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    Thank you Wilson.

    What other adjustment did you use besides brightness? I see the change and it sure "pops" in a better mood.
     
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    Hey Anthony nice pics... I'm from Miami as well and starting to learn photography. Good luck, to u.
     
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    Thanks Luis and luck to you :thumbup:
     
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    No problem. It's my pleasure. :)

    I didn't do much really. I increased the highlights a lot in curves, added some contrast and added a touch of saturation. In the process of doing this I lost some of the highlight detail, but it makes the whole picture so much warmer when it isn't so dark.
     

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