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Wynn Bullock My Mimics Initial Photoshop Edits.

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  • 1. Initial Photoshop Edits
  • 2. In this edit I decreased the lightness of the shadows, and increased the darkness of the shadows and the contrast. Then I went on to the brightness and contrast tool, and increased the contrast again, but this time I increased the brightness which brought out the brightness of the sun. I think that this edit has worked well as I think its brought more depth to the photo, as it brings out the sun more and makes it look larger and more of, focal point in the photo. also think it follows Wynn Bullocks style a bit more due to the more spookiness of the sun, as it looks larger and light expands out more, with more impact.
  • 3. In this edit I increased the contrast and decreased the brightness a bit, too bring more colour to it. Then Iused the shadows highlights tool and turned the lightness of the shadows down to 0% and then I darkenedthe shadows to 42% and increased the mid tone contrast up to 100%. I think that this edit has worked well
  • 4. as it definitely has brought more colour and impact to the photo. also it really brings the landscape out more and makes it more distinctive. Also the sun really accents the rest of the photo now that it is brighter.

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