I edited this photo pretty heavily with regards to color saturation and how gritty the image ended up, but I like the ending effects.


  1. Sire says:

    That’s pretty amazing. I don’t suppose you could post a picture of the original so that we can see how it differs from this one.
    .-= Sire´s last blog ..Mary MacKillop Holding Hands With Two Children =-.

    • James says:

      Sure thing… you can really see how little of the table’s colors I managed to pick up in the original capture. The tables were VERY vibrant, so i was disappointed in how much gray there seemed to be.

      original fork

  2. Jim Hardin says:

    It is interesting how grey the original picture and how the final picture turned out. I do like the final picture. Its amazing how a little color does spice it up.

  3. Sam @ Scrap Car Surrey says:

    A fork of all things, it looks like a work of art. A really good picture :)
    .-= Sam @ Scrap Car Surrey´s last blog ..Scrap Car Cimla, Scrap your car for free =-.

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