Edit My RAW File | The Fun Collaborative Project
Edit My RAW file has returned! I have had such an awesome response from you all, 20 individual edits from 18 photographers! This was way more that I originally expected but it makes the Edit My RAW experience even more interesting and fun. Its really interesting to see how other photographers edit your own images, especially when the edits are very different to anything that I may have done my self in post processing. My own personal favourites are Andrew Atkinson’s and James Tarry’s edits but thats just my own opinion. I am dying to know which is your favourite or favourites, please do let me know!
Now if you haven’t heard of Edit My RAW before, basically the principles are this, I allow you to download one of my unedited, straight out of the camera images and then you have free creativity to edit the photo in anyway you see fit. You then email me your edit and then I compile them all in a blog post, well this blog post for you all too see the many different edits.
Now the image I picked was very different to the cityscape image I used in the last Edit My RAW project. I wanted to pick something that I have a real passion for and decided to go with a spiral staircase, something that I have photographed a lot. It took me a little while to pick which one to use and settled on an image which I call ‘Eye Candy’. I found this such a great photo to work on when I originally did it and thought others would find it fun too. This is my original edit of ‘Eye Candy’ that I did
Now for what you have been waiting for, keep scrolling down and see all the edits that have been submitted. Some of you have included new image title which is great and a twist on the Edit My RAW project. Also some of you have been very busy and submitted more than one edit as you enjoyed it so much, especially Rob Knight! Sorry if I have missed your website off, I tried my best to get your websites, please let me know if I have missed it off and I will be happy to put it in, equally if I have got anything incorrect too, please let me know.
Lets remind ourselves what the original, un-edited file looked like, this is the file that every photographer worked on