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Are you afraid your pictures aren't good enough?

This page is designed to show some before and after pictures. These pictures were either taken with a digital camera or scanned. You will see the pictures on the left have some obvious flaws. The pictures on the right indicate some of the ways we are able to fix pictures using a number of graphic editors at our disposal.

Before

After

Here was a picture we were given with an extreme blue hue. In fact, over 20 pictures for an article we published had this same problem. After removing the blue (and adding a little green), I put a nice golden wood border around it.
This is actually a very normal example of the pictures we take. Everything looked good outside, but somehow the picture looks too dark on the screen. In Photoshop, I duplicate the first image, convert the new picture to grayscale mode, do a gaussian blur (Radius 4.2), then select the initial image, set the selection to black channel, with invert. To finish, I fill the contents using 50% Gray, with color dodge mode and 100% opacity.
Here was a picture of a house we put on one of the sites. I didn't like the fence in the way, so I photoshop'd it. No more fence. Plus, I brightened the picture a little.
I really liked this one, but the picture eventually didn't make the cut because the goat on the right appears to have a swayed back. All kinds of things wrong with the original. First, there is some sort of bad shadow on the left. Second, I really would prefer not to have pictures with people in it. So, I removed the shadow by cropping it, and then removed the person by cloning good sections of the barn in the background. Just as a joke, I left the boot between Polly's legs.
Here is an image of 16 of our goats climbing up the hill (9 babies, 1 yearling, 6 moms). The colors were dull and the picture was not very crisp. We were able to isolate the brighter colors, and fix the sharpness and contrast of the picture. Then added a series of borders (blurred, soft, shadow) to give the image a nice effect. If we chose to crop and enlarge this picture a little more, you would see very fine resolution on it.
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