History of this thread: In A gallery I saw a painting of salt and pepper shakers. It seemed like a great thing to photograph to me. So I went home, set up the shots and reviewed them, only to find they were dull and boring. Then I saw Bambe's post! I dug up my shots and played with them in PSE8, adding a sepia cast and a little bit of curves adjustment. Then I decided to play even more, and added an effect called Cutout. I emailed Bambe and asked if it was okay with her to post mine, too. She was wonderful and said to go ahead!! Thanks Bambe!
very nice Marianne. I really like the the second one. You could try adding a vignette to see how that works with the photo but, that's just a suggestion. I'm sensing a challenge for all PP people- show us your versions of salt and pepper.
I really like both of these, but the second shot I prefer. I like the colour tones in this, and perhaps a vignette as Bambe suggested may be nice. Hard to tell without trying.
I thank both Bambe and yourself for posting your shots and prompting me to take some shots of my very old crystal S&P shakers which were my grandmothers.
Great work! Reminds of the "Starbucks" aesthetic for some reason, haha
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