Neodigital Art: creative photography and editing
I took this picture in a park and it’s not very interesting. The important thing, with a lot of nature pictures in parks and woodland is the separation of the different colours. Most of the picture can be different shades of green, so you need the difference to show, rather than all blend in together.
Simon James took this picture but he doesn’t like my edit. I’ve removed most of the colour! It reminds me of the work of Constable and Turner.
I took this picture with my Fujifilm S5600 a few years ago. I think it was 2009 and it was just before a storm. It looks quite spooky now. The editing seems to have worked well.
This was one of those early photos taken with the Fuji too. It seems quite good even at 72 dpi, but I can get better resolution with the Nikon in good light.
This is a recent photo at 400 dpi and I think you can see the better resolution makes a difference but it’s not that noticeable on the internet. I am doing a photo that will be enlarged to 30 inches wide and that needs to be at 400 dpi, in the right proportions (2,000 px by 3,000 px) and I have put a border around that will be wrapped around a frame because it’s being printed on a canvas.
It doesn’t really matter how good your camera is for the internet. You can edit your images and create art or do whatever you want to. Just experiment and be creative. What do you think? Please comment or you can follow me on Twitter.