Highlighting Photos — Three Ways
2. Glow Highlights (second of three pages)
Give your photos an attractive glow Photo editors apply glow highlights to specific portions of images to make those portions stand out gently. Diffused-glow highlights (a.k.a. dream glow and high-key effects) work especially well with portraits, close-ups, and wedding photos because the enhancements convey a magical or romantic mood to photos. Photos with a lot of bright white areas work the best, as shown below in two of five examples.
Move your cursor on then off each before image below
to see how Warren enhanced the original photos.
Diffused-Glow Effect on Sky Light Move your cursor on then off this image to see how, in this black and white photo, the strong sunlit background of high-contrast cumulus clouds becomes softened, giving the fighter jet's edges a soft glow while making it appear extremely close.
Close-up Diffused-Glow Effect Move your cursor on then off this image to see the effect of a diffuse glow on petals of this black-eyed Susan close-up, a good candidate for a diffused-glow effect.
Diffused Glow on Bright Whites Move your cursor on then off this image to see the softening effect of diffused glows on a bride's gown and groom's shirt.
Diffused Glow on Text and Graphics Move your cursor on then off this image to see the diffused glow that Warren gave to the cup, coffee, and added text.
Diffused Glow on Portion of Photo Move your cursor on then off this image to see the diffused glow that Warren gave to the evening ballerina photo, lessening the glow on her face and hair.
Color Highlighting | Glow Highlighting | Background Highlighting
In addition to these three photo highlighting pages,
see the large collection of WCD's unique photo edit pages in the left column.
Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.