Join Richard Klein for an in-depth discussion in this video Removing construction posts in the exterior shot, part of Enhancing Exterior Architectural Photos.
…I'm in Photoshop and I have the OverallExterior_01Facade.tif open.…And our next step is going to be to…take the support post out from underneath the cantilevered floor.…So let's zoom in and take a look at them…and see how much trouble they look like they're going to be.…So Cmd+Option+0 to zoom in.…And let's just take a look at these guys.…These don't look like they're going to cause too much trouble at all.…Okay, so we are going to leave this one…concrete post in the center because that was…part of the architect's original design, and it…carries the roof loading down to the foundation.…
But the rest of these guys are coming out.…So our first step will be to grab some donor…pixels with which to cover up each of the posts.…So I'm going to start with this post right here, and…in a minute, I'll go ahead and do a harder one.…And then I'm going to ask the editor to speed things up for us.…So we'll begin by targeting the background layer.…So I'm going to come over and click once on the background…layer, because that's where we're going to pick our pixels up from.…
Want to see where it all started? Watch Richard shoot two beautiful homes, one Zen inspired and one midcentury modern, in Architectural Photography: Exteriors.
- Enhancing details in the raw image
- Sharpening in Photoshop
- Dust spotting
- Processing with the Soft Light blend mode
- Adjusting color and tone
- Removing elements from the final shot
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Zen House: Pier for the Exterior
2. Zen House: Boardwalk Intro
3. Zen House: Arcade Walkway
4. Zen House: Exterior Evening Shot
5. Midcentury Modern: Deck Detail
6. Midcentury Modern: Showing a Grand Location
7. Midcentury Modern: Evening Shot
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