Again it was another very hot day in June, but I felt so much better this time when I got home and reviewed what was on my camera. Although the original shots came out a heck of a lot better than last time, I just couldn't resist adding some creativity with Photoshop Elements. What do you think? Can you see the progress in a week after reading Scott Kelby's book?
|I saw windows, I saw brick, I saw stairs...I saw a great photo. Not a lot of doctoring done to this picture, but definitely not as sharp as it could have been. I was zoomed in to 35mm, but was still quite a distance away.|
|The original came out great, but the black and white is so much more eye catching. This is a bronze statue in real life. I was fairly close to the subject which is probably why it was so clear. This photo was taken with my 18-55mm at 55mm.|
|Bricks, bricks bricks, photoshop! I used style match in Photoshop Elements to get this effect.|
|This old reuined wall at Tredgar Ironworks spoke history to me..what better way to capture it than with the use of Lomo Camera effect in Elements.|
|As I stood on the side of tracks I saw an endless journey for someone...going someplace. When I was looking for a photo for this blog, it was a no brainer to use this image.|
|possibilities in Photohop Elements...Lomo Camera effect again.|
Lesson Learned: Take my time...it will come.