An otherworldly edit, 2 June 2020
I'm trying out a new photo app that gives me more control over exposure and photo quality. Here are some shots taken 23 March using it. They've all been processed using Photoshop Express.
Same tiles, different filters.
Today's subject is a foam skull I purchased the last time the Georgia Shakespeare Festival performed Hamlet. I photographed it on my dining table, using just the overhead lights and natural lighting from the window. The tabletop has an interesting design that provided a nice backdrop. I edited it with some filters in Photoshop Express. … Continue reading Fun with Photoshop: Skulls
I put some shells and river rocks into this giant blue drink glass I got from Myrtle Beach and took some photos. Then I cropped one and edited it using some filters in Photoshop Express on my iPhone. The results of each filter are listed below. Original (Cropped) Summer Invert Haze Dream Glow Contrastpunch For … Continue reading Fun with Photoshop, Shells and Rocks
Same rocks, different filter. This was one of my first attempts at playing around with Photoshop Express on my phone, so I didn't note the filters I used. I'll have to recreate it and be more meticulous next time. Enjoy! These were originally posted to Instagram, where I'm gmatt63.
Same building, different filter. These were taken with my iPhone 5S and edited using Adobe PS Express for iPhone. This is the original. After I cropped it, I applied filters. First, Vibrant. Next, Summer. Aquatic. Contrastpunch. Finally, Glow.
I took an extended walk at Stone Mountain, Saturday, 6 September, primarily to get some photos of the yellow daisies, that bloom around this time each year. I took the connecting trail that starts just below the walk-up path, and connects to the Cherokee trail, and found an abundance of them in a relatively short … Continue reading Fun with Photoshop, Yellow Daisies, 6 September 2014
I tried out some different Photoshop techniques on one of my photos from Freedom Parkway. The results are below.