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There is a classic saying that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, or whatever that is. If you would analyze carefully, beauty and aesthetic value is much of a big deal in the society we live in. Whether we deny them or not, we still look at these standards set by our history, culture and people. One of the things people do to cope up is through technology and photographic enhancements.
They may not be necessarily harmful, it's just that, things became too good to be true. But then agian, we bacome more fascinated with face value, so might as well appreciate these initiatives, and focus on its artistic side.
Look at what photographer Peter Stewart did to enhance his environmental shots. He branded this technique as multiple enhancements. I bet that artistically speaking, you will surely be proud and amazed of his creations. You will even definitely say that you have neve expected such beautification. Witness them here, now!
Looking at two plain building corners forming right angles from the first two images appears too exhausting and breath-taking (in a negative way). Adding some reddish hue and merging two angles into one united piece made the image more amusing. Do not discredit the jolly sky on top, waiting for your curious eyes.
There is nothing aesthetically wrong with the photos presented. But then, enhancements are enhancements; we cannot deny the fact that the second one is blasting in colors, variety, form and emotional freedom.
The concentration of identified colors was truly improved with Photoshop.
There's indeed too much flowing feels in this image. Comparing the first one from the second, you will definitely feel an enormously stunning change.
I must say, lighting, hue and temperature were set accordingly, and these improvements never cease to show up as if there are impressive blessings from above. Perfect!
Using some techniques, mountainous textures were emphasized. The fisherman appears as the accent of this masterpiece. You cannot let this image pass without looking at his red shorts-very eye-catching.
Obviously, there are brighter lights in this big city. Reflections of almost retiring bright clouds are very discernible. Edges of buildings are sharper and finer, yet more inviting.
Maybe that's the Mount Fuji, and this photographer wanted us to recognize with this picture. Additionally, trees become greener; while the skies became more radiant.