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Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by Trista, Jan 10, 2015.
It's like this challenge was made for me! ALL of my photos are imperfect, haha.
My original was super dark, and very grainy. I lightened it up, went black and white, and played with filters in RadLab. It's still a mess, but I'm ok with it!
My original photo was in shadows and underexposed. I changed it to black and white, played with depth of field and cropped it.
Here is mine
This image was very dark due to the back lighting, so I lightened us up a bit. It is still a grainy picture, but if we only scrap the perfect ones, we miss stories!
My original photo, a non digi photo scanned in, lots of noise, poor exposure and colour and cluttered background:
I extracted my daughter from the background, turned the background black and white and ran a fauxtobaby action (Valorie Wibbens) on it, I think I put the mode to multiply. I merged the two layers then ran the Heartland action (Pioneer Woman) with blending mode darken and reduced opacity. I flipped the photo to suit my page orientation, cropped it and covered one of the dark and messy corners with embellishments.
I have LOTS of these poor scanned photos, but I admit the thought of trying to do something similar on them all is very daunting. Nevertheless, I was pleased for the prompt for this photo (the only one available for this story).
A whole SLEW of imperfect photos here! I edited all of them in Lightroom, using exposure adjustments and also photo straightening and correcting for camera distortion. It was a rainy, grey day, so the photos were rather dark and blah.
Thanks a lot for this challenge!
I don't like this dark beam and shadows on my DD's face. So I have killed shadows by adding light and cropped to focus attention on her eyes.
terrible out of focus photo and nothing that can be done to save it...so I embrace it as I love her pure happy smile here.
Cropped the photo and used elements to hide the background
Cropped the photo & made it BW
I used a mixture of blurry and clear photos in sequence to tell my story, letting the better photos "carry" the less-good ones.
I cropped, took out clutter, sharpened my original photo.
Here is my original photo:
I increased the exposure, sharpened, and added a touch of sparkle to the eyes:
my photo before
I've removed the red eyes, cropped the photo and made it b&w
Here is mine - The original photo was a bit blurry so I made it black and white. You could also see the buffet table behind my daughter which was very distracting.
I used radlab to fix it up!