Sunday, September 10, 2006

Kfar Hanasi


Blogger Calabar Gal said...

Beautiful Pictures!! I cant seem to decide which pictures to leave in colour, or change to Sepia or B & W.

I have just discovered the picassa tool courtesy the photoblogs at Shutterchance. I am enjoying experimenting photo editing although my work so far has been awful!! Over use of saturation and colour.

One day when I grow up, I wnat to be just like YOU!! (Smile)

4:03 PM  
Blogger Ronn Ben Harav said...

Picassa is a tough program - the saving function is bad and what you do in the program is not necessarily what happens to the actual file, so if you open it with something else, like internet explorer, it may look weird. A good rule of thumb for 'fixing' images - sepia can help underexposed pictures because the sepia color adds contrast - Contrast is what underexposed pictures lack. That being said, art is all taste, and rules are meant to be broken. It's all about trial and error and see what you like.

Good luck.


2:49 PM  

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