Salford quays shoot edit 1

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Salford quays shoot edit 1

  1. 1. Salford Quays Shoot By Megan Robinson
  2. 2. This is original image and I used ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool’ to go over the image. Then I clicked ‘Image’ and went on ‘Adjustments’ and chose ‘Desaturate’. Then I clicked on ‘History Brush Tool’ and went all around the chair. Then I clicked ‘Horizontal Type Tool’ and the text ‘Vivaldi’ and wrote ‘Victorian Christmas Markets’. I changed the colour to red. I wanted to write more so I did the same I did for ‘Victorian Christmas Markets’ but this time the text I choose is ‘Myriad Web Pro’ and the colour is black. The poster is on the next page.
  3. 3. This is original image and I wanted to change it. So to do this, the image is not quite straight so I used ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool’. I went all around the image then I turned the image to make more straight. I want to crop this image because you can see the black bit so I cropped these sections out. I decided to crop it more, this time, I cropped the image to make it bigger and more focussed on the right of the trees and more rule of thirds. I clicked on ‘Image’ then ‘Brightness/Contrast’ and I changed the brightness to 8 and I changed the contrast to 81. Then I clicked ‘Hue/Saturation’ and made some changes until I was happy with it. The image I have completed is on the next page.
  4. 4. This is original image above, I wanted to change it. I clicked on ‘Levels’ and made some changes until it looked like on the very right. Then I used ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool’ to make it more straight then I cropped it because you can see the black section so I cropped that out. I have finished editing the image which is shown on the next page. I like this image because it has a good depth of field and also uses leading lines.

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