I’ve been toying with the idea of showing what goes behind the final image. While I was getting this shot ready, I decided to go for it! Click the images for where in the process and what was done. I realise there really wasn’t much post processing in this image, but perhaps I’ll do more of these posts. I suppose one could say removing the cranes was a lot! 🙂
Something cool about this image…you get to see The Space Needle, Seattle Center Arches, Key Arena, The Great Wheel, Century Link Field, Safeco Field and Mount Rainier.
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Let me know what you think, should I post more of these sometime down the line?
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It’s nice to see a bit of other photographers’ processes. Thanks for sharing this. the colors were nice out of camera, so the saturation boost wasn’t that noticeable, but just enough! I don’t like it when people over-saturate their photographs’ color.
Thanks Carissa! I think I might have picked a boring image to show the editing process as it was really a somewhat “clean” image to start off with! I totally agree with you in the over-saturated images some folks tend to do, not for me!
I loved the photographs! Very well composed and love the diffused colors in the background.
Thanks, I love the colours too!