Fun with Photoshop, 4 September 2009

One September afternoon in 2009, I took a stroll down Peachtree Street with my Nikon D60, and took several shots of the High Museum. I wasn’t happy with the sky, so I played around with it in Photoshop.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Original image, unedited.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Original image, unedited.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited to remove the tree branch in the upper left, and add a blue background.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited to remove the tree branch in the upper left, and add a blue background.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited in Photoshop to remove the tree branch in the upper left, and to add clouds from a generic cloud photo taken at another time.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited in Photoshop to remove the tree branch in the upper left, and to add clouds from a generic cloud photo taken at another time.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited same as above, only rendered as a black and white photo.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Edited same as above, only rendered as a black and white photo.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Same image as above, only edited to give it a sepia tone.

High Museum of Art, Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA. Taken 4 September 2009, with a Nikon D60 DSLR. Same image as above, only edited to give it a sepia tone.

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