This blog post is set up for the Cambrian College Spring Photography course. Students will be downloading images and using the pixlr.com website to edit their photos.
Select the file "Exposure 1" and download it onto your desktop. You will be opening it up in the pixlr.com photo editor and working on improving the exposure.
Repeat the process using the image below.
post-processing: Hue & saturation
Most cameras can accurately reproduce colours depending on the settings. At times you will want to adjust the hue or saturation in an image. Download and open the following image and use the Hue and Saturation adjustment to experiment with the colour.
Post-Processing: Black and white
Even in the age of colour, black and white photos have a timeless elegance to them. Converting colour images to black and white is easy, but there are a few tricks that can help make your monochrome shots really stand out.
You will be downloading the images below and converting them to black and white shots.
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Peter Baumgarten is a professional photographer and educator. He is also an Olympus Visionary and NiSi Official Photographer.