Before and After By Janaye Stirniman

Before: This picture was taken in Hawaii, and this photograph is a little underexposed.
After: I wanted to brighten up the exposure of photograph and accentuate the different shades of green and blue, as well as the white caps.
Before: This photo was taken at an art museum. I feel that the contrast could be stronger.
After: I made the contrast a lot stronger and because I did so, the lizard appears more bold. The lizard pops more in the after picture.
Before: This photograph was taken in my hometown. It was a gloomy day so the picture is a little bit underexposed and the colors could be a little more vibrant.
After: I chose to brighten the exposure of the picture, and play with contrast, highlights and shadows. The old car now appears more vibrant.
Before: This photograph was taken in Hawaii. Although I love the colors, I want to play around and see what changes I can try. Maybe make the darker areas brighter?
After: I really like the amount of detail that I received once I brightened up the picture. This looks as if it was taken right at magic hour (Right Before Sunset).
Before: This photograph was taken at the Honolulu State Capital Building in Hawaii. While it has good composition and depth of field, I want to play with making the colors more vibrant and pop.
After: After playing around with contrast, highlights, shadows and color, the fence line now appears a lot more vibrant. The gold color in the fence really stands out.

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