My daughter worked at the American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. They held their graduation ceremony at the Opera House and Sharon had to pass backstage. She knew there were props but it was totally black back there. She brought out her Olympus point and shoot and went click, click, click. Many were taken but this was the keeper.
Today we did some post-processing to fix the washed out parts from the flash and get the colors the way she wants so she can get it printed on metal. She found a jewel lurking backstage.
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What a cool way to grab a memory!
She loves it for many reasons. It was totally black backstage and she just lifted her point & shoot and clicked with flash. This was captured and she decided she wanted it on metal so I processed it.
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It really is a jewel! And great work on the processing. Wishing you a very Happy New Year Pat!
Amazing what you can find sometimes…oh and don’t you just love what we can do with our digital darkrooms?
Lightroom makes me feel like a real artist! I am hoping to engage Sharon in serious photography some day – she has an art minor and a good eye.