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A Photo a Week Challenge: Saturation

Here is my entry for A Photo a Week Challenge with the topic of saturation.  I played a lot like Nancy Merrill did.  This way you can see the over saturated and undersaturated photos of each set.  I have three different sets.  Enjoy.

I usually go for a moderate in between.  Flowers I usually don’t change that much.  Landscapes I may use a little more vibrancy to pull out colors.

Here is the flower I chose for this.



Here is an old log.



And here is a sky and tree in the autumn.



Qi (energy) hugs,


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  1. It’s amazing how the saturation level can make each look like a completely different photo. I’m just getting started playing with saturation and I’m finding it’s really easy to add too much!

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    • Actually if you software has a vibrant and a saturation, use vibrant first….it actually will make your photos look not so burned out, but much more vibrant. Just a little hint. Although not all software has both.


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