Category Archives: Contrast

Lone tree – Photoshop auto contrast turorial

Lone tree, originally uploaded by foto-art. Lone tree near Rode Heath, South Cheshire, England. This was taken with a red filter to enhance contrast. Sometimes the images come out a little flat – lacking in contrast. With almost every picture … Continue reading

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Branches

Branches, originally uploaded by foto-art. Tree branches. Another shot using black and white mode and a red filter to enhance contrast.

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Sand dune posts

sand dune posts, originally uploaded by foto-art. Sand dune posts at Formby Point. This shot was taken in black and white mode using a red filter to increase contrast. Composition-Wise, the line of posts lead the eye in from the … Continue reading

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Stonewall 1

Stonewall 1, originally uploaded by foto-art. Stone wall and fence post in the Peak District. A fairly typical black and white texture study. A red filter was used to increase contrast.

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MOORLAND POSTS Black and white tutorial

POSTS, originally uploaded by foto-art. Posts on Peak District moorland, near the Cat and Fiddle Inn, near Buxton, Derbyshire. Well we had our first fine weather here in England last week: sharp crisp, frosty days with clear blue skies and … Continue reading

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