I'm still finding interesting shots to process from my time in Chicago. From Salvage One, this is the back of the bar, a collection of random sign letters set in front of a glass block window. It was a tricky photo to figure out how to make into a good composition. I'm still unsure I did it well. With so many apps now for iPad, one can spend as much time (or more!) working with an image as in Photoshop, I think.
In the end, I settled on a black and white image to make it more silhouette-y. Then I added a "moonglow" layer and a grain layer to make the glass brighter behind the letters.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Alphabet Bar And Reflection
Posted by Linda Heinsohn at 10:40 AM
Labels: alphabet, bar, letters, moonglow, reflections, silhouette
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