Practice may not make perfect…hopefully it makes better:)

WalkingIris

First things first…for years I thought this was an orchid although my florist sense saw it as an iris…coincidentally it appears during the Orchid Shows…the plant info folks at the New York Botanical Gardens cleared that up for me lickety split….

and then, attempting to stay on track with my goal to learn how to use CaptureOne…this edit was done start to finish within the program…I was able to use a luma curve adjustment layer to achieve the tonal range in the blue. Having had a chance to peek behind the scenes of recent CaptureOne edits by the awesome Douglas Duber, I was able to sharpen a few areas and easily edit the colors to approach those I wished/remembered, and thus, add more drama and contrast. The controls in this program are very subtle yet powerful. Working with masks is starting to feel comfortable!

However, I am still having a few challenges with the healing adjustments and realize for the short term I may still have to roundtrip to PS to cleanup a few spots. For the sake of transparency…the spots are still here:)

Plan to go back next week and hope it’s still there…

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