This is the image that I chose for my fine art print. This image was chosen because it was the best quality at a 16×20 size, as well as being simple, colorful, and unique. The picture was taken on my class’ Bannack Excursion on February 24th.
It may seem like I added a lot of edits to my photo, but in reality, I didn’t add that many, below I have the original photo to show what edits I added. I edited this photo solely in Photoshop. The first thing I did was duplicate the picture by adding a layer. Secondly, I played around with curves and levels to get the vintage warm tone. I then went in and took the shadows down and raised the exposure a little bit, knowing that when printed the photo would be a lot darker. I then made sure to sharpen the mason jars, I think I might’ve over sharpened them, but the photo still turned out well when printed out! Lastly, I used the stamp and removal tools to take out the extra pieces that I didn’t want in the picture, including the specks of dirt on the tablecloth.
Hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!