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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Today, I photographed moving water. Little did I know how addicted I would become with pouring water into a clean 10 gallon fish tank. Every image was unique but when I saw this one, I knew it had potential. After sorting through over 50 photos, I chose to edit this one to demonstrate a before and after scenario. The before image gives you a little insight into the post-processing I endured. My processing started and ended in Lightroom (cropping, toning, sharpening, exposure adjustments) until I needed to clean up the water spots from the inside of the glass. Then I turned to Photoshop. What did I learn? Tomorrow, I will apply Rain-X to the inside of the tank to save me precious time editing and adjust the flash to cover the entire pour area. 1/200 sec, f/16, 400 ISO, wireless flash at 1/8 power. To see more, follow my blog on Horndesigns.com or like my Facebook page (Horndesigns Photography).
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