Taken from my iPhone 7 while visiting my (old) parents still living in my home town. This monument is standing in front of a modern church designed by my father while he was a practicing architect at the very beginning of his career. Quite a few changes were made to this photo: perspective, framing, higher... Continue Reading →
Before & After 21: This is my latest "Before & After" post. First, at the top, a few comments about some attributes. There is at least two things to fix in this picture: contrast and perspective. These are the most obvious ones. The photo was reframed because the top structure of the ceiling wasn't needed.... Continue Reading →
Here is the thing: how can I put more emphasis on the thing that matters in this photo? Well, by removing unneeded colours. Oh and what else? Put some more light in this scene.
In this photo processing session, I had quite a lot of work to do. First, my intention was to give a very old look to this monument. The idea was to put emphasis on the monument's texture and ornaments. I had to straight it up and make the background less visible.
I'll let you look at the top photo and see how I decided to improve it and give it the final look at the bottom.
Photos doesn't always need a lot of processing to look better. In this case, adding texture to the walls was needed (by increasing contrast). A little bit more saturated colours helped a but too. Finally one could say that blacks are a bit too much on the top right corner but my intention was to... Continue Reading →
Here is my latest photo comparison from the untouched photo to the processed one. Hope you like my interpretation of what is a better version.
It's been a long time since I published a "Before & After" post. Here is one from a cemetery in my city. For me, cemeteries are very difficult subjects for a few reasons. First, these places are often very crowded with many many things side by side and so it is difficult to find a... Continue Reading →
Let's go and be spooky here. On the left, the original photo. By looking closely, you'll see this photo wasn't good at all.. very fuzzy with bad lighting. With a lot of processing with Snapseed, I could circumvent many of the original photo defects.