scanner vs photograph Part 2 using a camera - the difficulty of copying coloured pencils in moleskine sketchbook and some solutions
So - today is showing how I adjust the photograph in the same way as I did the scan and showing the stages.
I won't repeat the stages (see yesterday's post) but the effects of scans and photos are a bit different - sometimes I like one better, sometimes the other.
The warmth was put back into the image again using colour balance and the tonal values sorted out with Levels. (see yesterday's post)
A bit too dark in parts but this will be adjusted in levels and using the colour balance in the final version above. This has put back the darks and the pale colour in the sky that had been lost.
Much too pale and the paper much to cold and white, not the creamy colour of moleskine. I suppose I could take time to reset the white balance on the camera - but haven't actually investigated how to do that, other than glancing at the instructions! All the pale colours in the sky are lost and the darkness lost.
Hope this was helpful.
In the comments section yesterday Niels gave an excellent piece of advice