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Camera and Lens Used: [amazon_link id=”B009B0MZ8U” target=”_blank” ]Canon EOS 6D Camera[/amazon_link], [amazon_link id=”B000AZ57M6″ target=”_blank” ]Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L lens [/amazon_link]
ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed: 1/60 sec f/5.0 ISO 500
Software Used: Photoshop
Actions/Presets Used: Fusion Photoshop Actions
Extra Details: I manually used the clone stamp tool to remove the wire holding the food. Then, I used the quick selection tool to select a piece of food, copying it to a new layer. I did this for each piece of food, which allowed me to rotate and move the pieces to be visually pleasing.

After the pieces were in place, I used a brush (choosing a color from the existing background), and painted over the background to smooth out the shadows and remove the “old” food.

Then I ran fusion one click color and urban revival on the entire image, and sharpened using the unsharp filter.

Credits:

Image Title: BLT
By: Erin Niehenke
Website: https://freshcutprints.com/

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