View across the river – Using Photoshop to process an image

Another post on processing today. However, this one, instead of trying to teach you anything, I thought it might be interesting for me to just process an image. Take you through what I was trying to achieve and how I did or didn’t do that.

The other night I went into the city with a friend of mine and part of what I wanted to do was take some photos along the river at night. It can be a really stunning thing to do. The image I wanted to process for you was one of the last I did of the night. It is the featured image in this post.

This image was taken with my Fujifilm X-S10. I had the Tamron 17-70mm lens on it and my 3 Legged Thing tripod, Bucky, was keeping it all stable.

Here is the video of what I did to it.

I never really know where I will go or what I will do when I am processing an image. Sometimes when I start I have a clear idea, while others not so much. This one was somewhere in between.

Here is the final image.

Don’t forget to watch the video to see what I did.

I’ll be back with on Wednesday for Monochrome Madness.

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