Work In Progress No. 6

November 30, 2016

A continuous effort to improve my skill…on my way to 10,000 hours of photography, to success and to great photography.

Suddenly, a gentle breeze….I imagined I was in a middle of a shoot where I have full of cogon grass at the background. I imagined them swinging. I knew it will create beautiful effect in my photos. Light and carefree. However, it was all just a thought.

Until, I found this place, not like the one I was imagining but fair enough for me to capture its unique beauty.

Aside taking photos, learning how to enhance them would be a plus. That’s why part of documenting my work in progress would be improving my skills with photo editing.

The following photos were edited using the VSCO mobile with application of different presets.

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Post processed in VSCO, a little tweak in the color.

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Preset C3. This one is the nearest color with the original.

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Preset SE1. The cogon flowers in semi black and white.

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Preset 1. The cogon grass in low contrasting black and white effect.

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Preset B3. I love this shot.

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Preset 6. I wished I had the extension tube for a macro shot of this tiny flower.

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Preset B4. The flowers in black and white effect.

Preset A2. Another shot I love.

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