Lesson 11 assignment

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  • #18660

    I have to confess that this lesson was hard for me, I don麓t like photoshop at all even less to modify pictures, so what I did, is just giving to one of my pictures a different processing. Usually I try to enhance colours and shapes, but this time I wanted to give it a vintage look. I hope it has been achieved =)

    PS. The pic above is the original.

    #21135
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    You’ll get the critique for this one on monday.

    Thank you!

    #21136

    Good, I loo forward to it!!

    #21137
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    Hey Santiago,

    Here is the exif data for these:

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    I completely agree with you on photoshop. I don’t like to modify pictures either. I don’t mind making a few minor touch ups here and there but making something with photoshop is not my cup of tea.

    That said it’s always nice to know just how powerful post processing software like photoshop can be.

    In your image it appears as though you have removed some artifacts and cleaned up the image. It looks like you’ve also added some green to the image to add the ‘vintage’ look.

    What I really like about what you’ve done here is that you’ve been subtle in your use of your post processing software.

    You’ve lost a bit of detail in the blacks and you could have removed that vertical line in the image but overall you’ve done well and since we both agree we don’t really like using photshop and post processing software I’ll just say let’s move onto the next assignment! 馃槈

    Thanks!

    #21138

    Thanks for the comments, I like subtle modifications to change sometimes the attractive of the picture, like in this case, I like the retro look and add vignette effects, but thats all. 馃榾
    Anyway, once I get lightroom I would like to improve my technique and learn some advanced processing that will allow me to create new styles. But, I like to stick to the reality.

    I am preparing my portfolio, it has been a hard assignment!

    #21139
    Duncan Rawlinson
    Keymaster

    Excellent!

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