Emily – 27 May 2010, 4:48 PM. Rexburg, ID. f/4, 10/1600, handheld, edited in Photoshop.
I took out some dark circles under her eyes and evened out her skin using the Clone stamp at 20%. I also adjusted the levels and added a vignette.
Nolan – 24 May 2010, 3:35 PM. Southfield, MI. f/3.5, 10/685, Nikon COOLPIX P80, handheld, edited in Photoshop.
I matched the color with another picture taken of Nolan with his brother Lucas. It doesn’t make a HUGH difference in the photo, but I like it better edited. And now I know how to do it!
Berkley – 23 May 2010, 5:11 PM. Westland, MI. f/4, 10/5000, Nikon COOLPIX P80, handheld, edited in Photoshop.
HELP!! I added an adjustment layer and lightened the image., and slightly adjusted the levels. I tried lots of different ways of lightening the image without losing quality, including using Camera RAW and Dynamic Photo, but I think that it may be a lost cause – it just looks so grainy. I had just picked up my Sister-in Law’s camera, (a nice one even, not a point-and-shoot) and I think that the settings were just all off. Too bad, too, because it is SUCH a cute picture!!! Any ideas form anyone??
Zoey – 24 May 2010, 3:42 PM. Southfield, MI. f/3.5, 10/838, Nikon COOLPIX P80, handheld, edited in Photoshop.
I changed the color of her shirt by selecting it, creating a new layer, and adjusting the hue and saturation. For the rest of the photo I adjusted the layers and increased the contrast. I think it really brings out the wood grain in the bench and the green of the grass.