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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Posted for WPC: Enveloped
While at Divi Little Bay Resort in Saint Maarten Nether Antilles saw this beautiful sand sculpture of a mother turtle in front of her egg nest. Nicely done by the artist. I’ve not post processed this image because for once I didn’t cart along my iMac. Just brought the iPad, iPhone, and big arsed camera. I didn’t have the camera so ok this with my iPad for a test run.
Several days later I’ve finally been able to upload the image. It late evening aboard the Smitten Kitten catamaran again with Stuart and Jenny. I finally have wi-fi that will allow me to post. We are off on our last catamaran sail in the Caribbean for a awhile. One of the greatest holidays ever. Hopefully more to come as the week progresses.
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge Blur.
A portion of a rustic wall on the exterior of a historical site on the Island of Crete. I’ve included a sign from the site dedicated in 1947 is below. Unfortunately, I don’t read Greek so I’m at a loss to where or what the site was. I believe it was barracks or a military site during WWII but am not positive. Click HERE to see more entries from this weeks Challenge.