Thursday, September 22, 2011

Week 37 good to WOW {Edit}

Welcome back! Today, we will be linking up with Ashley for her editing tutorial.

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I created a few new presets in LR3 and love how quick they are to use.  Not to mention they remove any unwanted noise, brighten things up just a touch and give each shot that little boost of contrast that I love.   They also fix WB in just one click.  I for one will NEVER be going back to PS for editing.  LR I ♥ you!   Please, have fun and look through my posts this week to see more of the edited photos with these new presets and let me know what you think about them.

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Come back later today to see more from this final outfit change. (I might have to share the rest on Friday – there are so many beautiful ones of her and they show off where my style is heading.)

If you have not joined our good to WOW SOOC flickr group yet – please do – it is a great place to host your photo and allow everyone to easily see them and give cc (constructive criticism) – which at this point we all want to push us to grow even more in our photography skills.   The better your SOOC – the more options you have with editing – how much or even NOT to edit the photo at all.

REMEMBER if you want your photo to be judged for the best SOOC of September you must add it to our flickr group above.  Thank you!

Ashley started our good to WOW  Edit group – please take a moment and join that as well! 

Don’t forget next week ends our best of the month SOOC contest and give-away for September.  

Our theme/prompt for Monday is FALL! 

It just so happens to be my favorite season – yippee!!!

1 comment:

  1. Great job with the edit, Jill. (But that's not hard as they were fantastic photos to start with! :) )

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