When I sit down to edit an image it’s true to say that I’m not always sure what I will do with my final version. Here is the original file of such an image:
Editing this image started with a crop. Since it was the little red ribbons that caught my attention on site, my next edit was to give them a saturation boost. I’ve desaturated some of the colors in this image. I then put a radial filter around the angel and sheep and made the rest of the image softer by moving the dehaze slider into negative numbers in the area outside of the filter. Here is the final image:
Like several images from my time in Prague, I don’t have a real use for it so to speak. However, I really like many of my images. They are a reminder of how much I enjoyed looking around the city. Prague is beautiful in my opinion. I will keep this image, as I have kept others, just because they make me happy. Sometimes, it’s the little things, like little red ribbons, that catch my eye. It appeared that someone had taken the time to hand tie them in, and that lovely small detail really what made this display beautiful. Do you often keep images for no other reason than they make you happy? Do you like the edits I have done here? Feel free to leave a comment below.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, Red, and Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Small is Beautiful.