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Saturday, 2 February 2013

Glyn - a little photoshop elements

 


USING PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 11
I HAVE LEVELLED UP THE WATER TO LOOK LIKE IT IS FLOWING LEVEL
I HAVE ALTERED THE SHADOW LEVELS TO PUT MORE DETAIL INTO THE UNDERWINGS
AND I HAVE SHARPENED IT A LITTLE AND CROPPED.
THIS IS A CAPTURE FROM THE SNIP TOOL IN WINDOWS 7

Hope this is of some help to you
Cheers
Rich.

7 comments:

Slaphead said...

errr, but the original looks better?

Slaphead said...

PS.

What do you think of elements 11? the reviews are generally poor when comparing it to elements 9 & 10.

Richard G. Smith said...

Feck off!
I came to 11 via 8 so I have no experience of 9 or 10.Nothing wrong with 11 about the best £30 I have spent so far this year.
My reproduction snipping tool grab is less than 100kb and is not meant to be 'better' than Glyn's original - merely an illustration of what he could do to improve it. Just trying to give some helpful advice when asked - didn't expect shit remarks for doing it.

Steve Hinton said...

God I love rainy sundays!!

GlynJ said...

Thanks for the advice Richard, certainly gave me some good tips on what to look out for to improve my photography. impressed as to what can be done with, a little effort, with some software.
all tips or advice gratefully received from who ever take time to give it.

Steve Hinton said...

Glyn, here`s a good tip-Don`t eat yellow snow!
Joke.

Under expose a third of a stop when the light is good. Camera`s always seem to be over-exposing.

GlynJ said...

Must not eat yellow snow, Must not eat yellow snow,Must not eat yellow snow! I wont be doing that again.
Thanks for the advice