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Things You’ll Find at the Watson’s. Britnee Watson EDEL 2200. A Dog…. First I cropped. Then I applied saturation to bring out the greens in the grass and the red in my dog’s coat. . A dog….

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Things you ll find at the watson s

Things You’ll Find at the Watson’s

Britnee Watson

EDEL 2200


A dog

A Dog…

  • First I cropped. Then I applied saturation to bring out the greens in the grass and the red in my dog’s coat.

A dog…

First I cropped. Then I applied saturation to bring out the greens in the grass and the red in my dog’s coat.


And another dog

…and another dog

before

after

I cropped first. Then I applied auto contrast and enhanced the shadows to make my dog’s white paw stand out against the dark background. Then I added text.


Patio furniture

Patio Furniture…

before

after

I cropped to take out the unnecessary part of the picture. I made it black and white, enhanced the shadows, and warmed up the color temperature.


An aspen tree

…an Aspen Tree

before

after

On this picture I applied auto contrast and let it be. Breathing on the lens made it have a soft focus.


Mount timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos…

before

after

This is the view from by backyard, so first I had to crop. Then I filled the light, highlighted, enhanced the shadows, and warmed up the color temperature.


A bench

…a bench

before

after

I cropped and highlighted first. Then I added saturation to make the grass look greener and the rust on the bench have a more orange look to give it a more rustic feel.


A rose

A Rose…

before

after

All this picture need was some auto contrast and enhanced shadows to make the rose stand out from the background. Then I saturated it to make the pink really pop.


Scarecrow

…a scarecrow

  • Finally I made the temperature warmer to bring out the orange.

  • This was cropped first to get rid of most of the house and porch railing. Then I filled the light, highlighted, and enhanced the shadows.

Scarecrow

This was cropped first to get rid of most of the house and porch railing. Then I filled the light, highlighted, and enhanced the shadows. Finally I made the temperature warmer to bring out the orange.


Things you ll find at the watson s

[the same scarecrow]

  • On this picture of the scarecrow I rotated it and then cropped. I straightened it, filled the light, highlighted, and enhanced the shadows. Then I applied the focal black and white effect to really hone in on the reds and oranges of the scarecrow, the bush, and the stones on the house.


A pumpkin

A Pumpkin…

before

after

I cropped to take out the building on the left. Then I highlighted and enhanced the shadows. Finally I applied the graduated tint effect to make the pumpkin an unnatural but totally more noticeable shade of orange.


A branch

…a branch

  • I cropped first. Then I filled the light, highlighted, enhanced the shadows, and adjusted the temperature. Lastly I added saturation to bring out the bright green in the leaves and the orange of the branch.


The same branch

[the same branch]

before

after

Enhanced shadows to bring out the grass in the background.


My little sister

My Little Sister…

before

after

I took out the red-eye and used the retouch tool to get rid of the goose egg on her forehead (she bumped her head a couple days before this was taken). Then I applied the sepia effect.


An a pple

…an apple

  • This was cropped and sharpened.


Homework

Homework…

  • This was rotated and cropped. Then I applied auto contrast and highlighted the image.


Things you ll find at the watson s

[life]


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