Discussion in 'Seeking Critique' started by MrAndMrsIzzy, Mar 30, 2021.
Don't know how it works on on a mac but if you have access to a windows machine go to the image (not the one on your attachment but the one I posted) right-click on the image, you'll get the pop-out menu, one of the choices is "save image as". Click on that. You'll get the dialog (don't know what else to call it) box. Pick a location, pick a name, etc. and click save.
All my devices are Apple. So, I guess we've come to the end of the road.
On a Mac, click on the photo and hold as you drag the photo from your browser to your desktop.
This wouldn't have happened without Sam! Once I dowloaded your image, I used two (2) simple tools: hue/saturation and levels. These are from Photoshop Elements 2020.
Well! That left triangle of trees is clearly better defined and does appear greener. As for the rest of the vegetation. Ehhh! I don't know. it's kind of hard to tell. As for the fire part (lava flows, cinder cones, etc.). I think maybe you went a little to far. Hmmm! I'm guessing that what you went with was my final. Why don't you try this. The string contains copies of the two images as they came out of the camera, and copies of the two images after editing specifically for the composite, Try working with those to see what you come up with. As long as you don't go commercial (shrug).
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