OriginalThis photograph is one I had taken at Salford Quays. The goose is inmid flight and is the original which I will be editing using AdobePhotoShop.
Step 1At first, the only thing I changed within the photograph is thebrightness and contrast to make the image a little lighter than italready was. Now you can see the colours more within the goose inmid flight.
Step 2Then, after thinking about what to do with the photograph to makeit look a little different and unique, I clicked on Image, Adjustmentsand then made the photograph to see how it would look as I likethe effect.
Step 3The photograph looked a little wide so instead I had cropped thephotograph as to me there was too much water. Making this crop, Ihave put the focus now more onto the goose in mid flight.
Step 4I cropped the image again, as I thought that there was too muchon the top of the photograph. It seemed like I needed to narrowdown the view on the photograph.
Step 5For a final touch on the photograph, I added my favourite filterwhich is Lens Correction which is found in Filter, Distort. Using thisparticular touch to the photograph, narrows down your view andmakes you look more directly at the goose.
OriginalThis photograph is one I had taken on a bridge at Salford Quays.Without editing it at all, you can see that the image is bright and hassome nice colours within it. This is one reason why I had taken thisspecific photograph.
Step 1This photograph was originally bright and filled with certain coloursbut on the first edit I did to it was up the brightness and contrast justa little bit to see it if would make any difference and it did somegood as it made the green go a little more vibrant.
Step 2Even though using the brightness and contrast made thephotograph a little more vibrant, I still went to vibrance found inImage, Adjustments to make the colours stand out a little morebecause I felt like it was a nice photograph to make the coloursstand out in.
Step 3Having up the vibrance up a little I felt like it wasn’t enough so I hada little play around with the HDR Toning which make the greens andblues and yellows within the image stand out even more and as Ihave made them stand out more I have felt this image was perfect.
OriginalThis photograph is an original photograph that I have taken when Iwas out at Salford Quays.
Step 1To start of the editing process for this photograph I have gone on tothe Hue/Saturation and played about with the colours as I thoughtthe photograph was a little plain and could do with brightening upwith colours.
Step 2After the Hue/Saturation I decided to make the colours more vibrantand brighter as I went on Brightness/Contrast. I have added morecontrast to the photograph than brightness as I thought it was brightenough.
Step 3By going on Vibrance I have made the colours purple and hints ofyellow stand out within the photograph so the building in thephotograph looks different and colourful.
Step 4As I enjoyed looking at the photograph and thought nothing elsecould have been added, I added the final touch of the LensCorrection to focus the view onto the building in the middle.
Step 1&2Within the first thing I had to within this photograph was straighten outthe photograph as it looked slightly bent and leaning to one side.Having to do Free Transform and then using the Selection Tool thenCropping the photograph to get it right.
Step 3 After the cropping of the photograph I then felt the need to change the Brightness/Contrast to make it a little brighter and make more of the colours stand out.
Step 4 After making the photograph brighter I would experiment with the Colour Balance to see what I could do to enhance the colours or slightly change them and I ended up making the blues more deep within the water. And a lighter touch has been added within the sky.
Step 5 I felt like I could make the colours more deeper and better s it looks like a nice peaceful photograph. So by doing this I went on Brightness/Contrast and lowered the brightness a little and then brought up the contrast by a little bit.
Step 6 After making the photograph brighter again, I went back to the Colour Balance to add ,ore depth within the colours on the photograph and I thought I could do no more to it as I liked it the way it was.
Step 7 For the final touch, I have added the Lens Correction again to make the photograph look better around the corners and make the middle focus.