The Process of Printing

This is a macro image of three water droplets. I thought it looked neat and would make a great fine art print. The original image is great but it’s very muted and would not print well. The first thing I did was crop the image so the drops would be in the center of the photo. Then I used the healing brush tool to get rid of the spec in the water. Then I sharpened the image so it would be clear when it was printed large. Then I started playing with the colors using the selective color tool. I made four different edits and test printed it. Based off the test print I choose my final image. The final image is a 16×24″ semi glossy mounted on foam core. It will be hanging in the Spori Building on BYU-Idaho campus.

macro water drops, macro photography, macro still life, three water drops, fine art photography, macro fine art

macro water drops, macro photography, macro still life, three water drops, fine art photography, macro fine art

macro water drops, macro photography, macro still life, three water drops, fine art photography, macro fine art