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  • 1. Paige Ward Horror Alice in Wonderland Final photograph edits. I chose 9 photographs out of my two Photoshoots, there was around 200 photographs taken altogether. I edited each chosen photograph in 2/3 different ways to see how I like it best, the first photograph I chose was the ‘Rabbit’ chasing ‘Alice.’ I chose this photograph because I think it shown both themes I wanted my Photoshoot to be, which are horror and fantasy. I also like the camera angle on this photograph because I’ve hardly taken any which are a long shot. I edited it in 3 different ways to see how I like it best, I also wanted to try and make the photograph look more ‘fantasy.’ The first edit I added a filter and I think this looks really good and works well because it does make my photograph have a fantasy look. I also like how it looks like sunset when the photograph was taken because it was a dull day. The second photograph I just simply made it black and white, it does work well but I think it looks boring compared to my first edit. The third photograph I also made black and white but I made the Rabbit and Alice in colour, I think the last two black & white edits don’t look as professional as my first edit. I am going to use my first edit because it’s my favourite edit and photograph out of all of my photographs and I also think it’s edited in a professional way. The second photograph I chose was one of Alice in the studio holding the cup, I chose this because I like the composition of the photograph. Also I like the angle, even though it’s straight ahead how Alice is placed looks good. All three of these edits are very similar and I think they all work well because they make it obvious what theme/genre’s I was trying to achieve. Even though I do think both photographs look good with the ‘red eye look’ I do prefer the edit without the red eyes. My favourite photograph out of these three edits is the one without the red eyes because it shows my theme well without it being obviously edited, I am going to use this edit in my final photographs.
  • 2. Paige Ward Horror Alice in Wonderland Final photograph edits. The third photograph was one of the studio photographs of the ‘Mad Hatter’. I didn’t like the photograph to start but it is my favourite out of all the photographs of the Mad Hatter. Once I edited it and gave him the green eyes I think looked good but it only shows the Alice in Wonderland theme in my Photoshoot. I like the composition of this photograph I think it works well. There was a photograph online of the Mad Hatter where he had this facial expression, so I wanted to make my photograph like the one I researched about but make it my own. I think the edit in colour doesn’t look professional, and I also think it looks too bright when it’s in colour. Out of these three edits I’m going to use the one on the left for my final edited photographs. For my final photographs I only chose one prop photograph because they was all similar and I didn’t want repeated or almost identical photographs chosen. I liked all three of these edits and I found it hard deciding which one I wanted so I asked other people aswell. I like the angle of this photograph and also the composition. The photograph also has a depth of field which makes it look more professional. My two favourite are the black and white and the one on the left side, because I think these too look a lot more professional than the other. The other one was a rushed edit and even though I do like it I think it could be improved a lot. I ended up choosing the left photograph to use for my final edits because like some of the others I’ve chosen they have the slightly same filter and I’ve found this adds the ‘fantasy’ theme into my photographs more.
  • 3. Paige Ward Horror Alice in Wonderland Final photograph edits. Another photograph I chose was one of the Mad Hatter in the studio, this photograph was taken more naturally than the rest of the ones I chose, while he was talking/ throwing party poppers in the air I was taking photographs and I think this shows his ‘mad’ side. I edited this photograph in two different ways, my favourite is the one on the left top because of his eyes, it isn’t obvious from far away so I cropped the photograph down to see his eyes. On the other photographs the eyes look edited but when the photograph is large and far away his eyes look like bright green contacts and I think this shows the fantasy theme to my photographs. I also think this photograph looks more professional than the other edit. The next photographs I edited are the ones of Alice drinking the ‘drink me’ bottle, I chose this photograph to edit because I wanted to relate the photographs to the film as much as I could but change it in ways aswell. I also think this photograph shows both of the themes I was trying to achieve horror and fantasy. Two of these edits are very similar because I’ve pulled the entire colour out of them, the only thing that I did different was add a yellow and red over the top of the photograph I’ve chosen and I think this works well and professional. The third photograph I edited which is in colour is my least favourite because I think it’s too bright and could have been edited in a better way and more professional.
  • 4. Paige Ward Horror Alice in Wonderland Final photograph edits. The seventh photograph I chose was when Alice is slightly behind the tree, I chose this because I think it shows how Alice is lost and scared because she looks curious and is looking at something while trying to hide behind the tree so she doesn’t get caught. I took a variety of photographs like this but this was my favourite, my favourite edit is the one on the left because I think it looks more professional than the others, also because of her eyes it slightly shows the ‘horror’ theme. I also like this photograph edited in black and white but I do prefer the other. For the last edit I kept it in colour and messed around with the colours on the photograph, I don’t think this works well because of how green the three looks, I also think the photograph doesn’t look professionally taken and edited. The next photograph I chose is one of my favourites out of both Photoshoots, I also like both edits that I’ve done. The first edit I changed it black and white and added red eyes and I do like this photograph but when the photograph is large it looks slightly unprofessional and also slightly over edited. For the second edit I added a filter and used the blur tool, I think the blur works well in this photograph and this was the main reason why I chose that one out of both edits. I don’t think it shows both of my themes though, especially not horror. The photograph is obviously Alice in Wonderland though because of how she is dressed and also because of the prop in her hand.
  • 5. Paige Ward Horror Alice in Wonderland Final photograph edits. The last photograph I chose was one in the woods, I didn’t like this photograph to start but I think it shown both of my themes better than the rest of my photographs. Also I haven’t included the rabbit in many photographs so I thought using another would be a good idea. I edited two photographs the same expect I darken the edges one the one I’ve chosen, and I’ve also added a slight violet tint into the photograph. My least favourite is the one in colour because it looks too colourful and dark in certain areas because I darkened the shadows and highlights. I think this photograph looks least professional than the other two. I am going to use the one on the left for one of my final edited photographs because I like the angle and composition of the photograph and also the violet tint.