Discussion in 'Photography and Imaging' started by Shattered, Jun 6, 2006.
Can someone tell me how to make these all better?
Take the pictures in the highest-possible resolution/size for your camera - that's a start.
I'll check 'em when I get home because I'm using a sub-standard monitor here at werk.
What type of camera are you using?
If you have the option, don't shoot with flash when shooting through glass. Get closer to the glass to limit reflections or use a polarizer. Try to avoid composing the subject in the center of the frame. Try to place the subject one third of the way from the top/bottom/sides.
The images seem a bit soft. I'd try a bit of Unsharp Mask if you have Photoshop or something like it. I'd likely also bump the contrast and saturation as glass tends to suck the color and contrast out of pictures.
As for the rest.. Would you mind putting that in English, please?
*knows zippety about anything*
Color and Saturation:
Contrast and Brightness:
Rule of Thirds for better composition:
Photo editing for the lazy/dummies.
THat's me! I have Picasa.
I am neither dumb, nor lazy.
I just don't know how to do anything but point and shoot.
I'll tell you what. Send me a full size image that you'd like 'fixed', and I'll make a step-by-step tutorial showing what I did and why.
What software do you have for image editing?
Separate names with a comma.