When I saw Katie’s image it reminded me of my travels, though typically I visit a much warmer location. However, I always enjoy pictures of the ocean as it breaks against a pier. I did my typical small changes to the image in Lightroom where the image was cropped, exposure was edited slightly, vibrance was popped up quite a bit along with the blue and aqua in luminance and saturation. Then the image was brought into Photoshop where mostly I just did a few burns against the mountain area along the water line and then did a new change for me where on a new layer, I used the color replacement tool and picked a light blue to adjust the skyline from gray to more of a blue-gray. Thanks, Katie for the lovely image and to Stacy for keeping the ball rolling.
I didn’t do a great deal of editing to Robin’s already great image. In Lightroom, the image was sharpened and a few changes made to exposure. I tried to bring down the yellow cast in the building and did so a bit. Mostly I cropped the image and removed the people from the foreground grassy area. In Photoshop the blue in the sky was increased using a mask so that the building and grass were not changed. Also, the burn tool was used to deepen the color of the grassy area.
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Thank you Loré Dombaj for sending us such a nice picture for One Photo Focus. Stop over at Snow’s Fissures and Fractures to see more from Loré.
I attempted to change the image to Black & White and then re-colorize the flower-pot plants but still don’t have enough knowledge in Lightroom to do that. Probably should have brought it into Photoshop and done that there.
Like most others I was in a time constraint and probably rushed too quickly. Mainly I cropped the photo so that the boy’s eyes were at the bottom third line level from rule of thirds. I concentrated mostly on lighting to bring the areas of the image up a bit but not wash out the boys forearm. I applied a few exposure changes plus white & black adjustments, added a beautiful sunlight 2 preset and finally a subtle vignette. The original image submitted by Loré Dombaj follows.
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Thanks Manal Ali for providing such a wonderful challenge. I’m not sure about the rest but this one was another big learning experience and made me put my mind to work. I played around with the image several times and never was satisfied with what I was doing. There are several copies in my LR where I cropped away at the left side and then worked with the various light settings. The third time around I found Lens correction and thought how have I missed this for so long. What an amazing tool. Every setting was used first in Lens correction until I felt like was seeing the setting as Manal originally viewed it. Then with a much better perspective was able to continue on the this final result. In PS I attempted to change the color of the sky and used the copyright as a store signage. Fun project and a challenge, at least for me. Thanks Manal for making me think. I’m still not sure if I’m satisfied with the end result and look forward to seeing post processing from everyone else.
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Thanks Emilio for sharing with us such a fantastic image of vintage trucks for us to work on. I just bought a new book, my first on Lightroom and actually read through it as I edited the picture. Mostly in Lightroom I stepped through the right-side panels and tried out a few different settings which enhance the color, hue and saturation plus a few others. Hopefully not overdone. Next, the image was cropped and straightened a slight bit. In Photoshop I used the band-aid to remove the rope/hose from the right side and to take a few spots out of the yellow truck window. Lastly, in Photoshop the patch tool was used to remove a couple of rocks and the piece of wood. This was a fun learning image for me and can’t wait to see how everyone else approached it. Thanks, Stacy, for all your hard work to get this off the ground. I really enjoyed working on Emilio’s image. Stop by Emilio’s site to see more of what he has done. I owe him a big thanks. I’m actually going to use my rendition at our cabin called IronWorks.
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