In my food photography project for Photoshop class, I have been through a lot of photos and a lot of edits. My virtual trash bin is full to overflowing. But I am finished with the project, six hundred photos later. Here are some of the photos from along the way:
Along the way I have written three other posts, and I would like to thank all of you who commented on any or all of my versions of this project. In each of the steps along the way, I have found that your comments made me think more about this project and helped me decide what my final vision was for this project.
Here is the final photo:
This version combined the light and dark of other versions. I also straightened the image a bit. I also boosted the blue in the tea cups a bit. If you are a regular reader you know that it took me awhile to get here. If you are interested the other posts they are available here, here, and here. A version of this photo is available in my Picfair portfolio.
The next step is to turn in a digital copy on Monday and a print on Wednesday. The final print will be approximately 15×10 on a semi-gloss paper. I haven’t done any test prints yet, but will probably on Monday. I’m curious to see how it goes. The digital version will also be entered in the weekly photography competition at my photo club. As for the other versions along the way, well except for maybe the top fifteen or so, the rest will be abandoned, relegated to the trash bin.
So, what do you think of my final version? Quite a bit different from where I started. Feel free to leave a comment about the final version or wish me luck in this week’s competition.