Friday, April 10, 2009

Constructive Feedback Friday at I Heart Faces


This is a picture of my niece when my db & family met my dd in FL over Spring Break. She's a cutie, don't you think? I think the photo is a little dark and washed out. I have Photoshop CS2, but I'm just starting out and don't know much about using it. I also have i-photo, which is what I use most of the time. So I'd appreciate any help or advice for brightening this one up & making it more eye-catching. I'd also love to do some sort of framing around it, but I don't really know how to do that.

9 comments:

Amanda said...

It is cute! What kind of advice are you looking for?? Do you use any editing programs??

wendyeik said...

great picture!!! i fixed it up using cs3. with your permission i can post the before and after on my blog and tell you what i did!

Michakewa Lady said...

Wow - that would be great!

wendyeik said...
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wendyeik said...

I posted it on my blog...check it out at http://wendyeik.blogspot.com/2009/04/constructive-feedback.html

drewmark19 said...

Wendy's changes were phenomenal. I think she fixed all the issues with the picture: the person in the water, the underexposed girl, colors that needed to be "popped", etc.

Sharon said...

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Carebear said...

Wow! Cute picture to begin with, then Wendy rocked it out on the edit! I might have actually saturated less or even desaturated because I love beach photos with a more vintage feel. You should look into some free actions for your Photoshop - how fun and easy they sound! Oh, here's a link to a beach photo I love to give you an idea of how I would love to edit this one if I had photoshop: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geoff_fandrick/3424568191/

theArthurClan said...

Honestly, I don't think I could say anything that would improve Wendy's fix. She made this cute photo into a WOWZA photo. Amazing difference!

~Angie
co-founder of I ♥ Faces