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This is Part 2 - see part 1 for the preliminary steps
Figure 1 - I then opened the file in Photoforge2 and used the shadow/highlight function to reduce the brightness of the whites in the background (I felt it pulled the eye in the wrong direction) You can use any standard editing app for this Snapseed, Filterstorm, Photo Wizard and Iris Photo Suite are other great editing apps. I tend to use Photoforge2 a lot due to it's ease of use in blending layers.
Figure 2 - I reopened the image in Photo Lake and added more reflection just below the boat. It's a small detail and doesn't show much in the final but I felt it necessary to share this extra step.
Figure 3 - I opened the image in ShockMyPic and "shocked" it using the smallest brush size. It's hard to see this in the image above but it gives it that painted look. I actually did another step here but didn't add it to the image above - I opened the shocked image and the one just before it in Photoforge2 and blended the two together to bring back some of the fine details lost in the shock treatment
Figure 4 - I opened the image in ScratchCam and added the color filter and some light texturing
Figure 5 - I then opened the image in Snapseed and increased the Saturation and Also Sharpened the Image (Snapseed is my favored sharpening app)
Figure 6 - I then opened the image in Grungetastic to add a little more texture, smudges, and the border.
Figure 7 - I then opened the image in Frame Magic. This is the app that gives you the drop shadow around the photo
Figure 8 - I then reopened the framed image with Photoforge2 once more and bumped the saturation just a little more (Grungetastic tends to dull the colors) I also added my logo in the bottom corner as a blended layer. The logo is white on black background and blended on "add" in the styles drop down of the layer.
That is all for this one. It's a lot of steps I realize, but once you get accustomed to all the apps it seems a lot simpler than it sounds 😊 Happy Editing!!!!
Awesome work kevin 👏 love your talent 👌
@djgroovykid Thanks Victor!!! 👊
You're truly dangerous...I see these and my list of apps keep growing LOL but love the education, can't get enough of them. Thanks, Kevin 😄
@kdotstudio Incredible path! Thanks for sharing Kevin! Great success for you! 😄
Wow, this is really great! Thanks so much for sharing. Agree with @piggyoinkie--my wallet is getting lighter but having fun trying out new things. Soooo happy to have found your feed. Have a terrific weekend!
@piggyoinkie and @picnewbie lol I know the feeling. I'm such an appdict 😳 And thank you ladies 🙏😊🙏
@seendeea this is part two of the other one. Hit me back if you have any questions 😊
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@anaagomez this is part two of the other tutorial
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