I was asked about the original qualities of a sunset photo and I explained that normally all I might do is tweak the contrast in MS Office a little. I do not have any other editing facility on my laptop so apart from a little colour enhancement what you see is …
Here is another example of simple editing.
This white rose was photographed in the garden this afternoon. The image is completely untouched. I used the Canon EOS and the setting was macro and fully automatic. I tried to soften it a little and allowed the focus to blur just a bit. I shoot everything on fully auto. Too darn lazy to learn all the other stuff. It’s way too complicated for me as well.
Below is the same shot, resized and cropped in paint then edited in MS Office by simply increasing the contrast and decreasing the mid tone a bit.
Quite straightforward. I ain’t no David Bailey!
Though he and I do have one thing in common. His middle name is Royston and this is where I was born.