- Miss placed leaves/ petals.
- Shadowing on the plant.
- Blurring due to the Exposure.
To edit the final images, I enlarged the final imaging to focus on the details; due to the small annotations in the final image, I used the blurring tool which made the background of the image blurred to the focus on the image. This was shown in my techniques I learnt and YouTube videos which aided me in learning techniques for both Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.
As shown in the image below the before and after image has had a large amount of annotations to the final image. The main edit to the final image is the zooming on the final image. As shown the image has been zoomed to focus on a certain petals, focusing on the exposure triangle and the colouring of the image. The zooming taken from Adobe Photoshop tutorials from YouTube was applied to the final imaging which effected the image when using Adobe Lightroom to enhance the colouring on the image. As minimal editing was enhanced when using Adobe Lightroom of the colouring, the exposure and the contrast was applied high to expose the Golden hour in the image as well as using the colours to contrast.
As the colour pink was the main focus on the image, the secondary colour was enhanced to main the focus on the final image. The golden tones used from the golden hour, and the baby pink colouring made the two final colours attract together, making the final image connect without the focus of the image. Looking at inspirational artists on the theme of colour blossom trees the artist JEKA gave me inspiration on the artist and the different colour tones incorporated in the final image. Even though the image JEKA captured doesn’t include the golden hour theme, the colouring and the enhancement was included in both mine and his images.
The before and after image is as shown, the image has been enhanced to make the colours in the natural lighting as well as the annotations on the colouring in the poles in the final image.