Saturday, May 5, 2012

Adobe CS6

I was playing around with the Adobe CS6 beta and thought that I would show a few examples of the use of the Quick Selection Tool. I used photos I took recently with the Leica D Lux 4 in marcro mode. I really love the refinement to this tool that allows you to quickly select areas you want and then do fine adjustments of that selection. In these pictures I wanted to either select the background or the subject of the photo.
In photo 1 you see the original photo as it came out of the camera.
In photo 2 you see the photo after using the quick selection tool in CS6 to isolate and then remove the background foliage. I also cropped the photo to 1to1 from 4 to 3. I then converted it to black and white in Silver Efex Pro.
In photo 3 you again see the original photo as it came out of the camera.
In photo 4 you see the photo after using the quick selection tool in CS6 to isolate the subject of the photo. I then selected the inverse select to isolated and remove the background. I cropped the photo using the same 4 to 3 ratio.
The next two photos were taken at in normal focus mode and post processed in Adobe Lightroom 3 and CS6.
The contrast in light and color highlight this picture.
Strong colors and reflections are what I was looking for in this picture.
Here is the same  picture converted to a color sketch using PhotoSketcher.

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