Experiments With: Editing in Photoshop’s Camera Raw Filter

Screen Shot 2016-03-21 at 2.51.52 PM

Today we learned how to use a few of the tools in the Camera Raw filter in Adobe Photoshop. We had worked with a given image in class, but I also wanted to try my hand at the tools with a photo of my own. I had originally taken this photo on my phone and edited it with a simple app that I found in my app store. There’s obviously a filter on it, but I no longer have the original image to work with so I tried to edit this one. I didn’t change much because I didn’t want to take away from the color in the sky. What I edited was the bit of overexposed sky in the bottom left corner and a little bit of the trees in the bottom two corners. The trees took much longer and I had to finish them after class. Here is the finished version of the image:

glendaletower copy

You can see a bit more detail in the trees along the bottom corners and they look more realistic compared to the blue tint they had in the original image.

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