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Final Favourite Photo

Here is my final favourite image  – I have cropped it differently to demonstrate wide angle, standard and square frames.

 

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Original

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Square

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Standard

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Wide Angle

This concludes My Walk in Horsforth Project.

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Editing Photo No4

Here is the editing process of my final favourite image from my Horsforth Walk. This is the only panoramic photo that I took.

 

For this photo I tried to tone down the white sky and white balance it however I was unable to do so. I decided that for this edit I wanted to do something. little bit different, I wanted to make this photo look vintage/old by using different filters.

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Original Photo

For starters I wanted to change the colour of the photo to a sepia colour. To do this I used Hue and Saturation.  Make sure you tick the colorise box then drag the hue and saturation sliders until you have a sepia tone.

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Hue Saturation settings

The next stage is to add some ‘Noise’

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Noise filter settings – I advise the settings I’ve selected.

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The next stage is to add some grain/scratches, to do this I added another layer a complete black block. The next stage is Filter > Filter Galley. Then select the Texture folder then Grain filter then make sure the grain type is on vertical. Then as you please alter the intensity and contrast of the grain to what you want. Once you are happy click okay.

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How to find the grain filter in the texture folder.

Finally whilst selecting the Black layer, scroll through the layer filters and select the ‘Screen’ filter.

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Click the layer then select the filter you wish.

There you have it, a vintage looking photo.

Here is the original and new image. 

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Original

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Edited Image

Next is my Final Favourite Photo overall arrow-for-jamess

 

Editing Photo No2

Initially looking at this photo it is quite dry and not very interesting like a close up photo is intended. Therefore I’m going to use editing tools that will enhance and make this photo more vibrant rather than greyish and dull. I will be in particular brighten up the moss in the photo to add a bit of colour.

This is another photo that I have picked out as one of my favourite photos taken. I have used Adobe Photoshop CS6  to edit. 

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Original Photo

The first adjustment I made was changing the levels, I used the sliders to push more light into the photo.

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This toolbar is located above the layers.

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Levels Tool

 The next adjustment I used was the brightness contrast tool to brighten up the light that I had added into the photo, this was to try make the photo seem less dark and grey.

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Brightness/Contrast

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Brightness/Contrast tool

Finally as previously mentioned I wanted add some colour to this photo, to do this I would need to enhance the colour green (the moss) on the wood. To do this I used the vibrance tool.

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This is the vibrance tool.

Here is the final image. 

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You can clearly see the difference the different adjustments have made. 

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Original

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Edited

Continue to see the editing process of my third photo.

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Editing Photo No1

For this chapter I will be editing my favourite photo from the photoshoot. I edit my photos using Adobe Photoshop CS6.

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Original Photo

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Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast

The first tool that I used was the level tool, I wanted to make the photo look darker to give it a bit of a scary and stormy feel to it. Therefore I pushed the light out of the photo. To further darken and control the image I used the Brightness/Contrast tool.

Here is the result

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Looking at the image its clear to see that the image is too dark at the bottom, therefore I made the decision to brighten the photo up by purposely making the houses lighter. To do so I had to cut out the houses and copy them onto another layer so I could change them separately. For me to do so I had to use the Polygonal Lasso Tool. Here I could precisely cut out the buildings and copy and paste them into a new layer.

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In this screenshot you can see that the lasso tool is selected and I’ve cut out the buildings as planned.

I then selected the new layer, labelled ‘buildings’. To brighten them up again I used a combination of levels and brightness/contrast.

Here is the final result

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Final Image

To demonstrate the transition of the photo I here is a short clip to show the changes.

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Continue to the editing of my second photo arrow-for-jamess