Thanks for the kind words, Moose. I do try to recall your suggestions
On 10/11/21 1:32 PM, Moose wrote:
On 10/10/2021 11:26 AM, Jim Nichols wrote:
On a nice morning, I explored my local neighborhood to see what I
could find. The prettiest subject I saw was a late blooming red rose
that seemed to beg for a photo.
Beautiful flower — and a great job of holding the red channel without
clipping! If that makes it seem drabber than it looked, it's easy to
perk it back up.
1. Brightness -15, so LCE doesn't blow the red channel!
2. LCE, UnSharp Mask, Amount 20, Radius 50, Threshold 0
3. Curves. Raise the middle just a bit, the top more.
4. Creating a layer and masking it to show the changes only on the
flower is only a few clicks away. 😁
In a shady spot, I found some fungi that looked like baked goods,
fresh from the oven.
I don't know about baked goods, but those subtle colors are wonderful!
Looking up, I saw where a sapsucker had been sampling the juices from
a Tulip Poplar.
Perhaps you need to get out of your yard more often? 😁
Tullahoma, TN USA
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/