A stronger edit than I usually do, using Affinity Photo on my iPad. Faded down the background to make Lauren stand out more, with added detail and contrast on her.
An attempt at merging two photos – Lauren and some trees. The result isn’t quite what I really wanted, but it’s not bad – I started with a photo without too much background, and plenty of contrast on the edge of Lauren’s face, which made things easier.
Lauren, photographed at Bickleigh Mill. This one is passed through a macro for Affinity Photo on the iPad, that emulates the Technicolor process, giving a slightly odd and distinctive look to the colours.
The shot was originally ruined by one stray hair passing right across Holli’s left eye. I need to get better at noticing that sort of thing at the time, but Affinity Photo came to the rescue – the inpainting brush removed it without much trouble.
Lauren and Holli throwing leaves in the air. I was firing off lots of shots to catch the right moments as they threw them. Now I have an iPad Pro, I can use Affinity Photo, and this was the result of loading up a whole set of images as a stack, and fiddling with the […]