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Lovely work, @elianafranzenburg!
Here are a few ideas I thought of from the shooting aspect…
1) Try positioning yourself or your subject in a way to eliminate the dark stick lines in the background. There nothing “wrong” with them, I just find them a bit distracting, especially with them being so dark compared to the rest of the pic…[Read more]
Thanks so much, @dhancock! I just discovered how to use the desaturation sliders this weekend while editing images of my church’s high school graduation event last Friday. In that case, purple was the colour I was having trouble with, but the slider helped with the “off colour” back to what it actually looked like. I’m looking forward to tryin…[Read more]
I’m glad I’m not the only one then! I was only introduced to editing a month and a half ago; before that, I had to do straight out of camera shots. So I’m grateful for the opportunity of editing! 🙂
Thanks so much for your suggestions! I have tried looking at different screens, but the “bad reds” all look equally bad and the “good reds” look equally good. As it turns out, my mom (who used the camera before me) mentioned that she also had difficulty with reds…so maybe it is a camera issue? White balance settings make some differe…[Read more]
In the two years I’ve spent doing photography, I have yet to consistently shoot an accurate representation of the colour red. I find myself either with a washed out version, an orange/pink version, or a dark burgundy colour. On occasion though, I do get an accurate rendering of the colour.
I was wondering if anyone has any tips or advice to…[Read more]
These are some beautiful center pieces! You’ve got some good ideas going here.
For the first two shots, I think I’d have tried getting a little lower to the ground to emiminate the hovering feeling and maybe trying to eliminate some of the distractions on the concrete.
I find there’s a few too many subjects in the door picture. My eye doesn…[Read more]