Arcanum Challenge 7 Part 2

Here are the photos that I decided to reprocess.  It was tough not having the original files as the photographers added some heavy processing on there (vignette, etc.) but here are some of the signature things I'd do based on my own personal style.  The top photos is the original, and the bottom is my version.

Toby Harriman - original photo

Toby Harriman - original photo

Toby Harriman - Jayson's version I decided to reprocess in Silver Efx Pro and add my signature blue hue to it that I have been using for my series, #BlueCitiesSeries.  I also adjusted clarity, sharpness and denoised it a bit.  I then cropped it to a 16:9 ratio to make it a bit more cinematic. 

Toby Harriman - Jayson's version

I decided to reprocess in Silver Efx Pro and add my signature blue hue to it that I have been using for my series, #BlueCitiesSeries.  I also adjusted clarity, sharpness and denoised it a bit.  I then cropped it to a 16:9 ratio to make it a bit more cinematic. 

Kenneth Hines Jr. - original photo

Kenneth Hines Jr. - original photo

Kenneth Hines Jr. - Jayson's version OK, so this photo has a real surreal appeal to me.  To play on that, I wanted to take it to a bit extreme.  I adjusted the image to make it warmer, then played with the sky to make it look a bit more surreal.  I added a cool to warm sky by using radial filters in Lightroom.  On the bottom half of the photo, I warmed it, added more contrast and dropped the exposure down just shy of 1/2 a stop.  I then de-clarified and unsharpened a bit of the sand to the right of the weird sand/rock structure.  I then cropped to a 16:9 aspect ratio to kill some of the vignette he did in post.

Kenneth Hines Jr. - Jayson's version

OK, so this photo has a real surreal appeal to me.  To play on that, I wanted to take it to a bit extreme.  I adjusted the image to make it warmer, then played with the sky to make it look a bit more surreal.  I added a cool to warm sky by using radial filters in Lightroom.  On the bottom half of the photo, I warmed it, added more contrast and dropped the exposure down just shy of 1/2 a stop.  I then de-clarified and unsharpened a bit of the sand to the right of the weird sand/rock structure.  I then cropped to a 16:9 aspect ratio to kill some of the vignette he did in post.