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Front view before editing. Too many distractions in this photograph to really focus on the car even though it is unique.
Front view after editing. Note how even yellow reflection in front fender is eliminated.
Rear view before editing.
Rear view after editing. Note how most of the white post in the center of the car is eliminated.
This is an old photo from when digital photos were the "new thing." The resolution is not good - the original is not good.
This "happy" family needed a few changes; daughter's-in-law were no longer part of the family. - See the next photo.
Sadly, this photo is even smaller. Look closely and you'll see the daughter's-in-law are gone. The respective babies are in their fathers arms. Note that with the dad on the right I also had to build him a leg.
The Before manipulation - as shot
The "after" manipulation.
A nice shot but not in a great setting due to mobility issues.
A background adjustment makes it look like a studio shoot.
Here is a presentation ceremony with a "not so pleasant" background. This happens a lot with on location photography. The next photo ahows what can be done ...
The revised and finished version....
This is called "out of bounds." This can make for some pretty unique effects depending upon the photograph.
In this example the Brooks are entering the exciting day of having their Derby Bentley on display at Pebble Beach.
A unique effect for a unique bloom. This is not as dramatic as the actual print. This is a ACTUAL photograph. The bloom has NOT been enhanced in any way but the background effect gives it a unique, stand-out quality.
Zurich Couple - Before * * Note there are two following renditions of rendered photographs. Make sure you look at both renditions and compare.
Zurich Couple - AFTER * * Note that in this rendition the couple appears as they are in the original photograph.
Zurich Couple - AFTER * * Note that in this rendition the couple appears processed with the rest of the photograph.
Before manipulation - Alpha Romeo
AFTER manipulation - Alpha Romeo
AlphaCar On Brick Wall LR
People like poster type prints of their kids and grand kids. This is just one example of what can be done
This is originally a color night shot converted and tweaked to maximum black and white effectiveness. The spots in the sky...yes, they are stars!
Color or subject isolation is sometimes necessary for effects.
Actually this one isn't enhanced at all, I just like the depth of field!
This is an actual photograph I took and enhanced it to look more like a painting or drawing.
This is a panel of smaller shots melded into one that was printed and framed to a custom size.
Hong Kong Harbor during their nightly Light Show.
If you've ever been to Hong Kong you know the breadth of the harbor. To achieve this panorama I stitched two photos together. Other than the stitching this photograph is NOT enhanced in any way.