Photo Editing with Sagelight – 2

I learned something.  The order in which you apply photo editing techniques affects the outcome.  Here are three versions of one shot.  Each is done in Sagelight using the same techniques: quick auto balance; the light blender in the power box controls; and the soft focus but the outcomes are quite different.  The black and white appearance of the 3rd one is an outcome of the order in which I used the techniques.

green leaf black background rain dropsrain drops green leaf black background

rain on leaf black and whiteHere is the original ???????????

 

I used the same techniques on this next shot. 

 

 

DSCN5186 SL play edit 8x6this is the original –

rain drops on leaf

On the last one I used Sagelight’s HDR effects, and tone blender

rain drops on window rain drops on windowSonel’s photo editing challenge is: droplets

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “Photo Editing with Sagelight – 2

  1. Great examples! I know that’s true about the order you use effects in but I haven’t explored that myself. These are really nice examples. I’ve never heard of the program either. That last shot after the effects is fantastic! You’re very, very good at this!

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  2. Great series of images, Lynne. Particularly love the crop and edit on the last set, the colours really set it apart from the norm.

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  3. Wow! Stunning shots Lynne! I see your learned the same as I did. The techniques you used are great and the edits came out just gorgeous! Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing hon. 😀

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  4. Very nice, it’s amazing the variations which can be achieved….and then of course I find it hard to chose which one I like best after playing around!
    Live that sepia bus shot…so atmospheric

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  5. I like the second photo in this series the best – the editing of that one left all that dark on the left hand side and the right almost looks like it is plugged in….
    🙂

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