Here’s how we did it…
Next time you are on a hike, just tilt your camera,. It’s that simple. It’s always best to take lots of to get the best shot.
First, we sifted through our camera roll to find the best image. Next, we cropped, Photoshop. In this case, we adjusted the contrast and sponged in sections of the leaves with the saturation tool to increase the brilliance of the image. We then cropped the image to give dramatic angles and to provide for an interesting compositional layout.and angled the photo. We utilized some color enhancement techniques in
We then added the image to the masthead on the newsletter page. Then we addedthat compliment the photo. We used the eyedropper tool to pull the same green from the image and used this color in the middle of the page.
Next, we added a natural-looking typestyle. Then we screened an enlarged version of the type in the background to create an interesting pattern effect.
Finally, we repeated a section of thefor the “Inside” ( ) bars on the right.
This effect is great for newsletters about hiking, nature, recycling, conservation, Earth Day, travel, outdoors, gardening, the environment and arborists.