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April 20 – BrightSquare – Bright bold colors…

Here is my entry for Becky’s for April BrightSquare challenge.

Because SHE chooses to see the WORLD in bright BOLD colors. – quote from the web

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  1. Yay, now I get to enjoy this fabulous set properly.

    She is wonderfully bold, I wish I could be this bold but I tend to keep the colourful combinations for the pilates studio only. Maybe this is the year I am bolder 😀

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  2. Wonderfully colorful outfit! I like how you put the background in black & white on the first photo to show that the outfit outshone even the beautiful flowers, which we still get to see in brilliant color in the second photo!
    Great example of “bright!”


    • I basically use Camera Raw. It’s an Adobe product that has non-destructive editing for .jpg or raw format. You find it in Bridge, which comes as part of photoshop, lightroom, illustrator, etc. I don’t know if Elements have Bridge with it or not.

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        • RAW your photos by themselves won’t look at bright or vibrant (usually). Your camera actually edits the raw to come up with the jpg and cuts out a lot of data. Hence the jpg size is usually smaller. jpg is good if you don’t edit your photos. If you are used to editing photos, always use raw because you have more information to work with. You can adjust coloring, brightness, sharpness yourself.

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