trekks (14348) 2009-12-02 01:50:34I have the proof here for SteveH on that light :) and this is Santo with his fisheye lens, hoping around to get his POV. I gathered we spent quite a bit of time enjoying this place because of the light and good weather.
It will be perfect if Lisa can bring a few bottles of wine and a picnic on the sand, and show us her tattoo for some portraits.
trekks (14348) 2009-05-15 20:26:43hello Judy
I am coming back to your photo after reading your reply and think about the axis of earth rotation affecting Alaska when you say you would not see much of sunset.
I recall seeing a post somewhere about The Artic and Antarctica.
So I am tempted to play around with this photo and do a workship with the tones enhanced by irfanview. If you find this WS very useful, then you will know that you have captured a great shot depicting Alaska sky, land and sea.
I am merely showing you options where you can vary how you present your post on TE using Irfanview or PhotoFiltre.
Sometimes life is a door with a bit of opening, no? Sharing that opening can lead to many paths :)
p/s I have deleted the original and this WS from my computer after upload. Hope you like it.
trekks (14348) 2009-05-06 16:40:42hi Isabel
Thank you for your reply message and your request for the upload of WS.
Ok, I played around with WS yesterday but deleted it without saving it. In fact your post itself is a nice one without any change. Just for fun, I have worked with 2 versions of WS but posted this one done by Photofiltre instead of my usual work done by Irfranview.
Some changes done here
.contrast, saturation, level
.crop 3 sides except left
I have deleted the original and WS versions from my computer after upload.
I notice Sabrina has uploaded another post, so I am going to comment on it now.
trekks (14348) 2009-05-04 19:29:06hi Sabrina
I used free user-friendly simple Irfanview to do changes below
.decrease gamma, brightness to overcome overexpose
.increase contrast, saturation
.correct tilt by rotation CCW
.save 100% compression [filesize 197kb only unless I compress your original photo]
It may still looks a bit overexposed OE on the part of the wall because the glass hanging there is losing a bit of detail on backdrop of white wall. So sometimes, it is also a good idea to change POV and move your angle/position a little when shooting to avoid extreme light changes.
I have deleted the original and this WS from my computer after upload. I hope you wont mind this workshop done. Regards, bill
trekks (14348) 2009-04-11 12:53:15hello Foozi
If you dont mind that I do a workshop. I trimmed the photo to get symmetry at the edges and flipped it up to turn it into graphic art more than a building. I hope you like it. I have deleted both original and WS version from my computer after this upload. Regards, bill
trekks (14348) 2009-01-21 03:33:39bonjour Philippe
Just a little adjustment to the curves and levels to brighten up the foreground area near the bench, but not to mean it is better than your original. I have deleted the original and this WS from my computer after upload. Regards, bill
trekks (14348) 2009-01-14 02:16:42hello Manuel
I am interested to do a rotation of 35degree [but it could be 45 although it would give me a square of 800x800], and here is how it looks, without taking the border out, and forming another pattern of color with the white border and outer black background. I hope you like it. I have deleted the original and this WS from my computer after upload. Cheers, bill
trekks (14348) 2009-01-06 02:05:09hello Kisse
I would like to try some pp work to this beautiful landscape shot by these steps
.brighten up, levels
.add contrast, saturation
The area around the temple showing the people can now be seen more clearly, rather than dark shadow.
I hope you find this useful for your future posts to do some pp work.
p/s I have deleted the original and WS from my computer after upload.
trekks (14348) 2008-12-31 21:40:56hello Tuhinkanti
With Irfanview, a simple and easy to use free software, I made some adjustments to your original
.rotate 3 degrees CW
.crop edges, especially the right side
.brightness, contrast, saturation, resize
.sharpen, add border
I hope you find this useful as a starting point on pp work. I have deleted both original and WS from my computer after upload.
trekks (14348) 2008-12-29 03:03:05Bonjour Philippe
I hesitate if I should do a workshop because you are very long-standing member of TE. I hope you wont mind.
I detect over-sharpening and using only Irfanview which has no feature to undo sharpening, I choose 'blur' feature to lessen the sharpening effect to the view. A bit of adjustment for red hue.