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For this month’s One Photo Focus, Robin Kent supplied us with this beautiful shot.
I didn’t have a whole lot of time to work on this, but I thought it would be fun to try out some of the tools that come packaged with Photoshop.
First, I tweaked some of the color levels, contrast, and saturation to intensify the image. Next, from Filter > Filter Gallery, I selected Poster Edges from the Artistic collection. Then I used The Hue/Saturation sepia setting and toned down the saturation.
Next, I created a solid color (white) layer and set it’s opacity to 35%. For the next step, it took me about twenty minutes to find an eraser brush tip I liked to “erase” parts of the solid layer to reveal more of the image below. I finally settled on the Round Fan Stiff Thin Bristles brush tip and played around until I liked the effect.
Hope you like the final product!
Stacy, thanks, as always, for a fun challenge. For more from this challenge, visit One Photo Focus: July.
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For more from this challenge, visit Sunday Stills: Sepia.