This is a combination of all my favourite photos from the series of posts about photography technique that I have been doing recently, as part of my silver arts award. I've really enjoyed completing these posts and feel like I've learnt a lot from the project. These photos demonstrate a range of photography skills which, prior to this experience, I knew nothing about, so I'm proud of my improvement and development, which is evident in more recent photos I have taken. Thank you for following me on my journey, and if you missed it please check out my previous posts for a more in depth account of my attempts at various techniques.
I have edited them to improve their look and composition by using an app called 'Snapseed', which, although not highly professional, was easy to use and worked well. At first I found it difficult to know where to start editing, once I had done a couple of photos I got the hang of it and found the tools that work well and was able to edit them satisfactorily. The best tools turned out to be: brightness, saturation (and the ability to saturate separate colours), vignette (bright centre, darker outskirts), and clarity (to sharpen the outlines in an image).