Wednesday, November 3, 2010
I generally Photoshop almost every picture I take. One problem I keep encountering when I travel, is all the PEOPLE tend to get in the way of your pictures. Its pretty hard to go to a tourist attraction and take a picture without getting other tourists in your pictures. But I always try to wait until the bulk of the crowds subside, or at least get in FRONT of the bulk of the crowds to get as little people as possible left in my pictures. I was excited to get this picture without all the people in it, but was disappointed with the shadows, (one of which was clearly my own!)
So I opened it up in Photoshop Elements, and used the rubber stamp tool to copy a piece of the sand and start copying it over the shadows.
When I was done, the picture looked like this. Much better!