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  1. #1
    Platinum Member Platinum Member
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    Jayboay or Tim Sharkey...I Have A Question...Desperate! lol

    I wish I could find the thread, but it is too old, and I only remember a bit of it anyway...

    I think one of you were offering to take images of guys boats that they had and spruce them up, and there was an effect that I think you were using to do it, and I can't remember...

    The result was the photo would really come to live with bright & vivid color...several times what it was before treatment...I really wish I could describe it better...

    Hopefully one of you know what I am getting at?

    The reason I ask is that I need to try to communicate this to a photo editor at work (not boat related) and get him to apply this effect to some images, I just don't know what it is called...

    I can remember that it made the water more blue....the colors of the boat would be WAY brighter, etc...



  2. #2
    Gold Member Gold Member Swede's Avatar
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    Lake Norman, NC
    Just crank up the saturation or vibrance or both depending on the program

  3. #3
    OSO Content Provider Commercial Member SHARKEY-IMAGES's Avatar
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    I use several steps in working on my images in RAW Format. My main software is Aperture by Apple. Sometimes I may export and make further adjustments in several other programs as well.

    If any one sent me an image it most likely was in a JPEG format and the results are far from being the same as if I had the RAW original file to work with.

    Digital Photography & Video one BYTE at a time !

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