The next 3 images below are images that all had to be photo manipulated in one way or another. The first set is a picture of Towne House Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria that was taken in early morning. The neon sign on the building the sky had no punch plus wires are in the way and the grass has no color and that's because it was taken in Florida on March 10 2005 7:oo a.m.
The next 3 images inside this tab are some example of what can be done with Photoshop...
The next 3 images below are of a picture of Towne House Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria that was taken in early morning. The neon sign on the building the sky had no punch plus wires are in the way and the grass has no color and that's because it was taken in Florida on March 10 2008 7:oo a.m.
So I went back and took some night shots of the neon sign...........
To make a long story short I merged the neon sign night shot with the day shot, added some color removed the wires using Adobe® Photoshop® software and you have a great picture...........
Frog on a lily pad - I used two images to make one in Photoshop...
Photoshop sample 1 is just the lily pads.
Photoshop sample 2 is a Florida green tree frog sunbathing on a sundeck enjoying the Florida sun.
Photoshop sample 3 is where it all comes together as one image.
Riding a boogie board on Clearwater beach Florida - Remove some buildings and fence - Clean up the beach for this Swimsuit Catendar...
This young man was riding a boogie board on Clearwater Beach Florida. My client wanted all the people out of the picture and just have the young man on the boogie board. So I told everybody to get out of the gulf so I can take this shot, Ya right!!. So as you can see
I photo manipulated this image.
Move your mouse over the images to see the after.
Here is another photo on the right that had some building in it that had to be photoshop out. I was ask to remove all the building and the fence.
This was shot in Pasco County Florida.
move your mouse over the image to see the after shot.
This image on the right was the start for page 11 on the when you move your mouse over the image you will see the part that was used.