Photography: PhotoScape editing
I took this photo in the summer of 2013 and then edited it with PhotoScape for an artistic picture. I had it printed on a 30 inches wide canvas last year for a Christmas present. I use Windows Photo Gallery for a lot of editing and PhotoScape for the more artistic edits.
You can also join pictures together with PhotoScape:
You can also add text and make you own adverts, posters or book covers.
This is another PhotoScape edit. I made the image sepia and added a border. It looks quite artistic! In PhotoScape, you can make an image sepia and colorize the picture to make it a slightly different colour; such as a greenish sepia.
This sweetshop is well known where I live and has been around since Victorian times. This edit suits the shop. That border is suitable for scans of old photos where the edges are damaged.
This image gets a message across. The Black Country was said to be black by day and red by night because the industry.
I took this photo in the summer and did a sepia edit on it. This was a Boer war re-enactment and images associated with history can look quite good in sepia.
PhotoScape is a free download, you can also try Fotosizer that allows you to re-size whole folders of photos. What do you think of today’s photo edits? Please share your thoughts in the comments box. As always you can follow me on Twitter too.