Edit and Share Your Images: Street Photography
This is a different shot from that scene. Alright, and this was at the very end after the scene had broken up, where the dad was next to him, and they were looking at something. But then I thought, oh I really like this. It's a little simpler. But you know, in this case, the back, the sun, the left side of the frame's a little bright. So, I'm gonna go to selective. I'm gonna, stick that thing right there, and then, let's go right like that. I'm gonna show you something that's really cool and new. So I'm gonna go right to left, to make it darker. And then, look at this. If you, if I press on that blue B dot, it disappears. Now, if I (laughs), so you see, it gives me the opportunity to copy it. Got that? So the move I just made, I've copied. Now, I go down to the bottom. I make another, I make it live again, and I put another dot, there. Alright. And I've copied that, and I do it again. Press on the bottom. Put another dot there. Now I'm gonna do it one more time, pressin' the bottom, an...
d put another dot there. So now what I can do, is that-- So I'm gonna, whoop, stay there. Two on the bottom, and I'm gonna go even a little darker. You guys see what I'm doin'? Okay. Alright. Come back, come back. So you see the difference there? So I've just got it, so that, so that your eye is. You know it would be ideally, maybe. I was waiting for like someone, to go, to be walking down the street. So I would have these, sort of two planes of two, like realities. Now I'm gonna go, to an image. I'm gonna go to ambiance. I'm gonna give it a little separation there. And then the other thing I wanna do, and this is a really interesting thing to think about is, it looks much darker on my phone, but. Sometimes, if I want to draw attention to this part of the frame, by lightening this part of the frame a little bit, I actually do that. And it's lightening it just enough, so its almost, like it creates, it creates like a front, an entry point into this area. 'Cause I don't want them to go here. So this is something I want you to think about when you look at your pictures, and you work on them post-production. How, you know, sometimes it's not about lightening, the element that you want to draw attention to, it's about lightening around it. So it makes sense? Mmkay. So let's go here, and go selective. So you see? And then there's a little more of a balancing between this area, and that area. Mmkay. Alright. So. I think we're good, I'm gonna save that. Are we posting this?
Oh my God. (laughter) What a dictator, okay. (laughter) I love you Ken, I love you. Alright so, I'm nothing without you. Okay. So, (laughter) I am like going down hill right now, I know. (laughter) Alright so, there's the picture. That's full frame. So I'm gonna go to next. I'm gonna do that magic clarity button. Yeah, it just gives a little more pop. I don't know, it's hard to tell on this screen. And then, I'm gonna go next. And again, go back to notes. Aww, there's my son's baseball, oh stop it. (laughter) Sorry. I'm encourageable. If you hadn't noticed, okay. So go to notes. Where are you? (clears throat) And then, copy it, and we'll paste it. Any questions guys? I know I'm going a little fast, but. There we go. We're alright. Again, on to Facebook. And share. Alright, and we're up and runnin' again. And there we go. So. So, so far what do we have here?
Well we broke a thousand with the little boy, huh? The dancers, not eh, it's not a big, it's not a popular one, okay. Anyway, alright. So cool, thank you.