Monday, 10 May 2010

Photoshop experiments

I'm quite fascinated with experimenting with different styles and colour combinations on pictures that I click. I especially like trying out the different filters that Photoshop offers. It's fun to discover the myriad possibilities that exist to make the same picture look drastically different. These are some of the experiments I made, do leave your feedback.

I tried to give these colourful jars a painted look. Located at Thai Pavilion, Hotel Taj President, Mumbai

This was an attempt at the Andy Warhol style. But I kinda liked the colour mix, so I left it as it is.

A classic black and white. But I meddled a bit with the lighting, just to bring some emphasis on his 

 Tried to bring out the outlines of the fresco; one of my favourite walls in Mumbai.

The Himayalas seen at Chitkul. I wanted to try a mild bluish grey tone; it highlights the whiter areas of the snow and the clouds.

Asiatic Library and Town Hall, Mumbai. Since the original picture was bathed in vibrant hues, I thought of trying a black and white look; I liked the result.


Unknown said...

Hey there
cool experiments:) really like the Uttarakhandi villager portrait:) The Asiatic library image reminds me of the images we had in our 10th ICSE shakespeare books, they were ditto.
n the devil horns in Warhol style - mischevious;)
take care

Ruchika Vyas said...

Hehe, thanks for your comments, will be trying newer stuff soon. If you have any suggestions, let me know.