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  • UNIT 57: LIGHT PAINTPHOTOGRAPHYORIGINAL IMAGESAND EDITED IMAGESBy Charlotte Bracken
  • Original ImageThis is the originalimage which shows thelight paint clear andviewable. I will beediting this image tocreate a whole newimage usingPhotoshop.
  • To start of the edit Iwent on to Image,Adjustments andthen ColourBalance. As youcan see by the printscreen of what I did,I have moved allthree bars eitherhigher or lower andthis has created amore pink effectover the picture andmad the ‘light paint’go brighter.Step 1
  • Step 2In ‘step 2’ I did thesame as the first step Idid by going intoImage and thenAdjustments again, butinstead of going ontoColour Balance, Iclicked onHue/Saturation. Bymoving the Hue andSaturation further up, Ihave created a morebold and brighterimage which standsout more. Keeping theLightness the samehas enable to keepthis bright, bold
  • Step 3For step 3, looking at the image, I thought personally it was too bright so I thenwhen to Image, Adjustments and went on Brightness/Contrast. By moving theContrast up a little and the Brightness down, I have still kept this bold, bright imagewhich didn’t seem to hard on the eyes.
  • Step 4To create this final image, tosomething I enjoy looking atand think is rather different, Iused the RectangularMarquee Tool to select thewhole image and copied andpasted to a new layer. On thenew layer on the image, Ithen again used theRectangular Marquee Tool toselect half of the image whichhad the most going on withthe lights to create the LightPaint. I then by going toImage and then Crop which Ithen flipped and placed ontop of the first layer. Using theopacity, I made it go to 50%to give a nice blending effect.
  • Final ImageThis is the finalimage which hasbeen edited from theoriginal. I think itlooks colourful eventhough thebrightness andcontrast isn’t upcompletely.
  • Original Image
  • Step 1For the first thing I didto edit the image wasto go to brightnessand contrast and seeif I could make it alittle lighter and see ifI could make thecolours a bit morevibrant to stand out asI thought it might lookbetter.
  • Step 2I then went on theHue and Saturation tochange the colours ofthe lights which I havebeen focusing on withthe brightness.
  • Step 3For step 3, looking atthe image, I wanted tomake the light paintcolours to stand outmore so I went to,Image, Adjustmentsand went onBrightness/Contrast. Bymoving the Contrast upa little and theBrightness down, Ihave made the coloursvibrant.
  • Step 4For step 4, I havechanged the Exposure,Gamma Correction butkept the Offset thesame to make thecolours stand out moreand have to tried tomake the backgroundthat little bit darker andfaint to help the coloursstand out more.
  • Step 5For step 5, I croppedthe image so it wasjust the shadow andthe light paint in themiddle of the imagewhich would draw theeyes to it and able tosee a vibrant coloursimage.
  • Step 6For step 6, I justadded a simple LensCorrection to helpdarken the edgesaround the image.
  • Final Image