Images edited in Photoshop K.Brett


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These are images taken within school that I have edited in order to make them more dynamic; a brief description of what I did in order to achieve each effect.

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Images edited in Photoshop K.Brett

  1. 1. In Photoshop I cropped this image so that it was zoomed in.I used the dodge tool on the pebbles down the middle andthe burn tool at the pebbles down the left and right handside. I altered the contrast and also sharpened the image.As a result of the editing, the pebbles down the middle act as a leading line and the background issimple. The perspective is also more dynamic because there is a more obvious focal point. I thinkthat the editing has been a success because the image looks more interesting than the original andfollows more rules of composition. I edited this image my adjusting the brightness and darkening the edges (roof) by using the burning tool. I used a filter to soften the edges of the image.I think that the editing hasbeen a success because theimage looks more energeticthan the original. Adjustingthe brightness has made thebalance between light anddark, equal. The filter hasmade the photo look moreappealing because it standsout. A gloomy picture hasbeen turned into a vibrantone!
  2. 2. In Photoshop I selectedthe steps using themagic-selection tool andadjusted the contrast tomake them appeardarker. I then used theinverse tab to select thepeople; I made themlighter and then incontrast with that I usedthe burn tool to darkenthe background.By changing thecontrast andbrightness of theforeground and thebackground, the mainsubjects stood out. Ithink this workedreally well becausethe focal points arereally dynamic andsimpler to see.
  3. 3. To edit the picture I cropped it; blurred thebackground and using the magnetic-lasso tool By editing this picture the photographselected the branch, and enhanced the contrast follows the rule of thirds. The blurredand brightness. I used the dodge and burn tool background allows you to focus on the mainwithin Photoshop; the dodge tool on the branch subject and also makes the image lessand the burn tool on the background. I especially cluttered and more simple. I think the editingfocused on the swirly pattern inside the branch, has been effective as it has made the photousing the dodge tool to lighten it to make it look more visually stimulating.more vibrant. I firstly cropped this photo and selected the Cropping the image took the main subject main subject by using the quick-select tool; I off centre – following the rule of thirds specifically altered the brightness and contrast. within the rules of composition. Changing The burn tool allowed me to darken the the brightness and darkening the background background. made the focus point more clear and appealing. I think that the balance between light and dark works well however, editing and resizing it has caused it to blur, making for an unsuccessful edit.