Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Tuesday Tips & Pics: Sunny

After our day trip to the farm on Sunday, I came home with many great shots. Unfortunately it was a very overcast day and this image wasn't what I really wanted to convey.

And here's my edit. Processed in Lightroom 4 Beta, editing exposure, contrast and temperature to give it a sunny feel - exactly what I was looking for. What do you think?


Linking up with:

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16 comments:

Michael S-B said...

It really is amazing!

Gretchen said...

Well done... definitely can feel the sun in your edit!! =)

photo by ansku said...

Looks really great! Such a warm feeling! :-)

Minoru said...

It's very difficult to take photos in cloudy day.
But your second photo is taken very vividly.
It's remind ofme the spring days.

Faith said...

This sis so very pretty. I'd love it i you linked it up at my photography link-up!

Faith said...

Dear Liz - I hope that you'll link up with the Poetic Winter photography challenge, even though it's summer where you live. We kept the themes neutral just for people like you! :)

marit´s,,, said...

Ååå beautiful photo.
Marit.

TexWisGirl said...

i actually like the muted colors of the first one, too! :)

Evelyn S. said...

The subject is fabulous! I like both of your images, but I tend to lean toward vibrant colors. :-)

Emily said...

So pretty! I love the original and I love the warmth of the edit. Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones on Tuesday!

LeAnn ~ My Day In The Making said...

I love seeing the before and after! Wonderful!

Jaymi said...

Really beautiful! On an overcast day, try changing your white balance to Cloudy or setting a manual white balance. It makes a huge difference in warmth when there's no sun! But you did a great job with your edit!

Deanna said...

Beautiful image, you brought the sunshine!!

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Amanda said...

you captured something very simple in a beautiful way.

guild-rez said...

You photographed 'Bermuda Grass - Cynodon dactylon'.
Great shots...

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