1 video and 5 photo galleries from 5 photographers. If you’d like to participate, guidelines are on the After-Before Friday Forum page. NOTE: For those viewing the post in the Reader, if the slideshows don’t load, please visit the original post.
My submission: This week, I’m post-processing a photo I took quite a few years ago in Rome, showcasing basic post-processing steps, cropping using the Golden Rectangle and Golden Ratio overlay, and using the radial filter. I’d be interested in hearing what you think of the choices I made to arrive at the after photo.
I’ve also included the after and before images.
Submitted by Jaime Perez — My Photolanguage
Submitted by Emilio Pasquale — Photos By Emilio
Moonlight Beach, Encinitas CA, June 14, 2014
Emilio says: I was sitting on damp sand, my camera mounted on the tripod, just waiting for the sun to set when these two kids wandered into my line of sight. What could I do but shoot a few shots? No, I did not get a release from their parents. Prove they’re your kids and we’ll talk! 🙂
Submitted by Benjamin Rowe — aperture64
Ben says: This week I have edited an interior scene of a Palace, using Exposure Fusion and Photoshop. Most of the work was in removing the guard in the window and then it was onto colour toning.
Submitted by Robin Kent — PhotographybyKent
Robin says: This image was taken last month at Les Invalides in Paris, best known as the burial site for many of France’s military heroes, including Napolean Bonaparte. It also houses the Musée de l’Armée and two other museums dealing with military topics. None of that is shown in this image. The throngs surrounding Napolean’s tomb and the spectacular altar behind it limited my photographic opportunities. But off to the side, an unoccupied antechamber caught my interest. The light coming through the blue stained glass window was significantly brighter than anything else in the scene so getting a decent result would require some post-processing. I remembered the ABFRiday Forum and thought this could be a possible submission. Details on how I got from the first shot to the final result are posted on my blog.
Please click on the links of those who contributed this week, to read about their post-processing steps and/or to see what other treasures they have on their blogs. They’d love to have you visit!