Adobe photoshop cc 2018

Keep your Bearings

Rebel Girl built a light box and spent at least a day and a half on it. Tonight while she looked through her ornaments I took over.

IMG_8254I took this picture using her macro lens on my tri-pod. I actually took four pictures, focusing from the bottom to the last picture focusing on the top. I photo stacked it in photoshop and this is the result.
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Inukshuk – Edited

I took this picture but did not want the sign in it. I had brushed out the full sign because  the phone number was on it.

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Got rid of the sign using the clone button on Adobe Photoshop CC 2018

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Then played with the look using a free program called PhotoShop Express:

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I wrote about them before. If you would like to learn more: Click here.

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Learning!

It is not the best, but I was so excited to learn that I could take out a background, that I did not take the time to ensure I had all the hair. Using Adobe PhotoShop CC, I can now add another background.

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For people who aren’t new to this, I know it isn’t great. For me, a newbie, I am thrilled and will get better at it. As for the terrible background in the next photo, at that point, I just threw in anything because I was so excited that I did something “techy”  🙂

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Overexposed

In the early summer we ran off with our cameras in hand. We took pictures of everything and anything, hoping to get some experience behind the lens. As I look at my older pictures I realize the mistakes I have made. I imagine by the time next summer rolls around I will have made countless more. A couple of years from now I expect to laugh at these old pictures.

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I have been playing with Photoshop for about a week now. This picture is so over exposed, so much so, it really cannot be fixed. The left, where the sun is, is blown right out. I have since learned to not take pictures like the one above.
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