Fix My Pic for April Meeting

For Fix my Pic by David Haggarty

The image for Fix My Pic is now available by clicking here then clicking on the download icon (a downward pointing arrow) in the upper right corner. No RAW version is available.

The cut off date for submissions is the same date as for the Monthly Challenge – in this case – Friday, March 27th.

Images must be emailed to the regular club email address: contact@ksccc.ca

Members submitting images will be asked during the meeting to share their reasons for why they made a change and how they made the changes.

Submissions should be renamed to:

Whip by {your name}.jpg

John Williamson

Fix It With Photoshop Elements

At the February 7th meeting, Frank Knor gave a presentation where he showed before and after views of several of his images and explained how he had improved them in Photoshop Elements by removing distractions, adding catch lights, cloning, sharpening …

You can review Frank’s notes here.

Editing in Photoshop Elements

At the February 7th meeting, John Williamson gave a presentation on Photoshop Elements. He explained some of the tools and keyboard shortcuts then edited an image removing a birdhouse, enhancing the colour and adding clouds to what was a boring sky. You can review John’s notes here.

Fix My Pic for January Meeting

Fix My Pic Sample for January Meeting

The image for Fix My Pic is now available here or, if you prefer to work from a raw file, here.

The cut off date for submissions is the same date as for the Monthly Challenge – in this case – Friday, December 27th.

Images must be emailed to the regular club email address: contact@ksccc.ca

Members submitting images will be asked during the meeting to share their reasons for why they made a change and how they made the changes.

Submissions should be renamed to:

Deer by {your name}.jpg

Fix My Pic will be every 2 months, alternating with the Tip of the Day.

John Williamson

To Edit or Not?

Here’s an interesting video that refutes some of the arguments against editing the images we create.

Sean Tucker on whether or not to edit your images

Club member Manfred Mueller pointed out these two images as a counter argument to the evils of post-processing.

This is Ansel Adam’s iconic Moonlight – Hernandez, New Mexico (which he made at least 1,300 prints of)…

Then of course, there is always the contact print of the original negative…