Pick out a few pictures you want to try the technique with and create an album for the pictures to stay in. Select your first picture and double-click it.
With your picture selected hit Edit at the bottom and the Adjust button when the screen changes. You are now ready to create your pop art.
Dial up the exposure to blow out the lighting on the shot. This may look severe now but it will form part of the coloured highlights later on in the edit.
Dial up the contrast. This will make the difference between light and dark areas much more apparent. Again, this will make more sense in a few minutes.
Repeat the process with the saturation slider and you may also want to uncheck the ‘Avoid saturating skin tones’ box below the slider.
At the bottom of the Edit panel are two more sliders that will give us our pop art style – Temperature and Tint. Begin by using the Temperature slider.
Combine the Temperature slider with the use of the Tint slider to achieve all kinds of new colours and tones. Here, we’ve achieved a cool blue.
Repeat the process with the other pictures in your album and, when done, use the Share option at the bottom of the interface and then click Email.
Now you can pick a template that makes your pictures look cool and send it to a friend to show off your skills. Just add a note, address and hit send.
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