I edited this photograph in a few different ways because it is my favourite shot from my first
horror Alice in wonderland Photoshoot, I wanted to see how I preferred the photograph
when edited. Edited the first one by making it black and white and then changing the
contrast and brightness to see how it looked best, I like this photograph in black and white
but I do prefer the middle photograph with a filter off Photoshop on, I wanted the
photograph to look like before sunrise or during sunrise and I think this worked well, even
though it didn’t turn out how I wanted to it do like the edit and it is my favourite. For the
last edit I wanted to make the photograph have a ‘fantasy’ edit look, I looked online for
tutorial and step by steps to see how to add snow to my photograph, once I added the snow
I thought it looked too bright so I turned the contrast up and the brightness down.
I edited this photograph because I like the angle and depth of field, while editing I
blurred the background out more to get a better depth of field. I also added a filter and
changed the contrast and brightness to get the colour of the photograph. I think the
edit has made the photograph look sunnier than the original and I prefer this.
I edited this photograph by adding filters to it and changing the contrast, I think this
photograph tells the story. I also like how the photograph is taken with a ‘natural’ look, even
though it’s obviously been set-up no one is looking at the camera and they all look like
they’re just having a tea party. I also wanted my photograph to be different than the ‘typical’
Alice in Wonderland photographs.
I edited this photograph completely
different to the others, instead of
adding filters and changing the
brightness/contrast I followed a
tutorial and cut around the model
and added her into another
photograph. Then I used the brush
to change the colour of the model so
she went well with the edit. I like
this photograph because I think it
shows the Alice in wonderland and
horror theme together really well.
I edited this photograph wanting a lost
look, I took a photograph in the woods
with just the background and edited the
photograph to give it a darker
fantasy/horror look, once doing this I cute
the model out of the other photograph and
made her slightly transparent. I think it
works really well with the ghostly/ lost
Instead of just taking portraiture
photographs I also wanted some
of the props so I got a few books
and opened them up and added
the pocket watch and some cards
and taken the photograph on
different angles and this was my
favourite. I like the angle and
depth of field in this
photograph, while editing this
photograph I changed it to black
and white and then change three
brightness and contrast. Once I
did this I added a light reddish
colour to the photograph with
the brush, I think it worked out
I gave this photograph a depth of field while
editing, I used the blur tool on Photoshop on
the background to make the photograph
look slightly 3D and I think this worked
compared to the original. Once I did this I
added a filter to make the colours brighter.
This photograph was a simple edit I just added a filter and changed the contrast
and brightness, I like the original but I just thought it could be brightened up
because it looked slightly dull since I did photograph on quite a dull day.
I wanted this photograph to look ‘obviously’ edited, I also wanted to give it a fantasy look.
I did this by adding a brighter green to the grass and then adding some white to the
model, once I did this I changed the brightness and contrast and I like the final result.
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.