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08/05/2012 - 12:52 PM

Titanic quarter

Titanic quarterHello, i have had a go at a mod for you. At first I tried small alterations, but it had no impact on the foreground, the main problem being the fg is way over exposed so you have lost all the detail but when I solorized the image you could see the detail was there in the image, you can see the flagstones etc. So I aterered the histogram curves quite dramatically and then went on to do all the basic saturation, contrast etc, and finally a selective sharpen. Hope you like itSmile
Diane
20/04/2012 - 12:14 PM

Ray of sunshine

Ray of sunshineHi, I have uploaded a mod for you. I altered the exposure, the original was rather over exposed, then changed the colour cast which gave the bg a pinkish colour to make a contrast between the bg and the flower, I removed the noise from the red and blue only making the bg smooyher but keeping the noise in the green so not to loose detail in the flower. I removed a hot pixel or two and gave it one sharpen. Hope you like itSmile
Diane
06/04/2012 - 11:42 AM

glenariff2

glenariff2Hi Billy,
Had another shot at this, much better comp. I straightened the image which took away the bit of path in the corner, corrected the histogram and then altered the graduation curves slightly to lighten the darker areas. I removed just a bit of green.
Diane
03/04/2012 - 11:03 AM

Glenarm Bay

Glenarm BayI have done a mod for you, Sraightened the horizon and altered the exposure slightly, gave it just a little more saturation and added a bit of light that lifted the colour of the water. There is a good few hot pixels but I didn't remove them because it took away the lamp posts and other detail on the seafront. I didn't sharpen either.
Lovely image. great view, Hope you like itSmile
Diane
12/03/2012 - 12:49 PM

water brollies

water brolliesI have done a mod for you. I cropped of the bg as much as possible and gave it more saturation and contrast, also a sharpen. Didn't remove any noise as this took out all the detail in the water making it appear smooth.
Diane
02/03/2012 - 11:11 AM

Whelk Shell

Whelk ShellI have done a mod for you, I cropped off a lot of the shadow,which I think makes the comp better, being less central, I altered the graduation curve a little to take away a bit of the light that was a bit strong. It has a lot of noise, but taking it all away looses all the sharpness, so I reduced it slightly. Great shell, but I think Iit would take a better photo on a plain bgSmile
Diane
27/02/2012 - 12:15 PM

Local Church

Local ChurchLike this, great comp colour and light, the path really draws you in with great perspective.
I think it need just a tiny straighten to bring the right down a bit. the fill in flash has worked great on showing up the detail in the wood, maybe a bit too light at the top though? Hope you don't mind me saying this, I was looking for a long time, so I really do like itSmile
Diane
26/02/2012 - 6:52 PM

Blackbird on guttering

Blackbird on gutteringI have done a mod for you, I think the main problem was the exposure, because you were shooting straight up into the sky it was loosing all the colours and detail in the bird, I corrected the exposure best I could and gave it more saturation of colours, I did a tiny bit of blur before a bit of sharpening which got rid of the whiskers round his face. Hope this helpsSmile
Diane