Posts Tagged test-bed

Photo editing

Posted by on Tuesday, 2 October, 2012

Since launching WaywardCelt Photography I’ve dug into some of my archives and begun playing a bit more with heavier photo-editing. Generally I like to keep my photography simple and get as close to a final product directly from the camera as I can. Most images for sale on my site have minor light level adjustments at most. Some have no editing at all. But, while I was building my site and selecting the images to host, I realized I have quite a bit of photos that were okay in composition, but were lacking¬†other bits that would make them exceptional . So I figured why not play around and see if I could salvage any.

To that end, here’s a smattering of images which have all been edited more heavily than simple level adjusts. While some may still appear only minimally modified, others are obviously worked to a point of over-processing. You may have seen some of these pop up on my WaywardCelt Photography Facebook page already, the rest will likely show up over there during the course of the next two weeks; however none of these are yet added to my portfolio site. So consider this blog and my Facebook page as a bit of test beds for the photos; only the best of which will make it to my portfolio site: