I’ve been saying for a while now that I’m going to join in with Robyn G’s One-Four Challenge – well this month I’m actually doing so! This challenge asks you to edit the same picture in four different ways over four weeks. If you would like to find out more, or join in with the challenge, you can follow the link over to Robyn’s blog.
The image I’m working on this month is a photograph of some common ink cap toadstools that I took late in the late summer of last year. It was taken on my Canon EOS 1100D at ISO 1600, 168mm, F/5.6, 1/250.
For this first edit I trimmed the edges a little and reduced the noise level a touch. I then reduced the saturation to -28, increased the contrast to +24 and used the spot healing tool to remove a few stray blades of grass. This is all done on Photoshop Elements 13, though I’m hoping to try out some of the online photo-editing tools for future edits. I’m very new to photo editing so any and all suggestions are welcome!
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