Posted on Saturday, May 18 2013 at 7pm
In part one of this masterclass we covered setting up and lighting your photos, and part two explained how to adjust your camera's settings and take your photos. Now we'll look at how to edit your images for the best results.
If ever the weather refuses to clear long enough to allow a few good shots of an exciting new knitted project, or if the camera being used just isn’t allowing the clarity of shots that you need, there is another way to get the same result, as long as you have access to some photo manipulating software such as Adobe Photoshop. It is always a good idea to get a good, clear photograph without having to use photo editing to improve things, but when you are in a hurry, or there are dark, dull skies overhead, a little photographic wizardry can save having to put the photo shoot off until another day.
There are almost certainly many ways of achieving this same effect in photo editing software, but this way is one of the easiest.