Project Round 2: Photos by Tyler Jackson

 

In this weeks projects we take on a challenge of learning how to edit photos in a more pleasing manner.

In the program called Photzy, you can enroll in many classes on how to take pictures and what sort of things to look at before even going out to take certain photos. For instance in the low light class that I took recommended you go outside to take photos near the end of the day where the sun is not at it’s highest and casts more visible shadows for the aesthetic of the pictures.

With a certain picture I took I had to adjust a lot of the color in the photos because of the shadows or lack of color in the objects or landscape in the picture.
Down below is a brief small tutorial about how I changed a lesser green photo of grass and fallen leaves to a detailed picture including as much relatable color as possible.

 

Other Photos that were taken before the edits.

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Now here are some of the edited versions of the photos.

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And here is one of the photos step by step on how it was edited.

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For More picture come to my website: Uncovered

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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