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Before (1) - See "after" photo for description of edits.
After (1) - This photo was needed to fit in a horizonal slot, so the height was reduced by moving the short girl on the far left up in the photo. Also, the apparatus in the background between the girls second and third to the left was removed. The tallest girl's neckline was raised to protect her modesty. Lastly, color correction and red-eye was used to finish the photo.
Before (2) - See "after" photo for description of edits.
After (2) - This photo was used for holiday cards. First, the sidewalk was covered with a "blanket" of snow, and the snow on the trees was enhanced and brightened. The red brick on the building was enhanced and brightened, and more snowflakes were created. The entrance to the building was cleaned up and the green of the trees brightened and blurred to contrast the building. Lastly, color correction was utilized to ensure that all elements worked together to create one comprehensive photograph.
Before (3) - See "after" photo for description of edits.
After (3) - This photo was needed to fit an entire magazine back cover, so the cloud background as well as the mortar board hats were cropped and and pasted randomly over an entire 8.375 x 10.875 inch file. The color of the hats was changed from red and cream to maroon and purple, the official colors of the organization. Lastly, color correction was used to finish the photo.

See the next file: "Final, After (2)" to see how this image was utilized.
Final, After (3) - For the back cover of a magazine, the mortar boards were used for the graduation issue, recruiting seniors to continue their membership after graduation.
Titanic Boarding Pass - Created for a childrens' program at the Elmhurst Public Library, these boarding passes were recreated by using Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Library Storytime Before-and-After - Removed head, cropped photo, added hearts, removed ugly wall plates, color and contrast corrected entire image.
Before-and-After Image Editing
Cher Moore
PR & Marketing MacGyver Extraordinaire Chicago, IL