WELCOME TO MY HOUSE BY: SYDNEY PINKSTON. CROPPING I cropped this photo in a unique place that I felt was really catchy to the eye. I also used the focal
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Welcome to my house
Welcome to my houseBy: sydney pinkstoncroppingI cropped this photo in a unique place that I felt was really catchy to the eye. I also used the focal black and white to zero in on the one flower. I am very pleased with the way it turned out.
Picture rotationI rotated this photo so the pattern would be upright. I cropped it to get rid of some of the dark on the edges.
shadowsI am so happy with the way this photo turned out! It looks amazing. I cropped it. I increased highlights to put focus on the fire and I darkened the shadow to focus on the fire and pumpkins. I also added text.
I cropped and straightened this picture. I added auto contrast and thought it looked great!
Neutral color pickerI love how this turned out! I increased the highlight and the shadow and it looks like a cartoon or painting.
Fill lightThis photo turned out better than I had hoped! I cropped it to a unique place, which looks cool. I increased the fill light to lighten it up and to add a little color I increased the color temperature.
Black and white
I used the black and white effect on this photo. I also darkened the shadow to make the couch look darker, which I think looks great.
sepiaThis is my absolute favorite picture! I am so happy with how it turned out! I used the sepia tone and that was awesome. Then I straightened it. It looked really cool but I thought Id try the Im feeling lucky feature and it made it look rustic and antique.
This photo turned out incredible! First I used the soft focus and then I straightened it. Then I used the film grain and it looked so cool. Then I used the Im feeling lucky effect and it turned out looking really awesome.
captionsI cropped this picture to cut out the glare. I added highlights to focus on the grass and I added fill light to lighten the picture. I added the focal black and white to bring out the grass even more. And I added text.