You could select blues and cyans in the saturation box and reduce the saturation and add some lightness. This might affect other areas. If this seems to be happening, select just the area of bridge and background you want to affect before reducing the saturation.
I would lighten the blue of the hills behind showing underneath the bridge roadway and maybe reduce the saturation. This would lift the bridge itself. At the moment, all the bridge structure below that line is a bit lost, especially in the two spans to the left.
Taking photos of cats is never easy, especially if they are outside. I like the expression – slightly anxious, but interested, but the bar across is very distracting. Try to get all of the cat’s head into the photo – cropped ears or whiskers look odd. Try indoors after a meal (cat’s not yours!) when they are relaxed and probably washing…[Read more]
Hi josemi, I’m sorry I wasn’t here to answer your post earlier (see my post about holiday last week). I would love to see your edits, and I agree that uploading a picture is not straightforward. As this whole forum is dependent on uploaded photos, it should be made easier.
As I remember it, you have to upload your picture(s) into your album,…[Read more]
Thanks for all your comments. I’m off to Glencoe for a week tomorrow morning, where there is little or no wifi available. So I’ll be able to concentrate on relaxing and possibly taking photos. Forecast is for rain, heavy rain, mist, galeforce winds and thunderstorms – typical Scottish weather. Better take an umbrella! TTFN.
I took this picture yesterday using a Canon Ixus I got on ebay secondhand so that I would always have a camera with me. It was taken at 1/60 sec, f9, focal length 5.90. Initially I was attracted by the turquoise railings and took a shot. Then a young couple started up the steps and I thought they added a lot to the image. I have cropped it and…[Read more]
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