But I played around in Photoshop Elements (the cheap version of Adobe Photoshop). And I got this, which is much better:
I played with these a few months ago, and I honestly don't remember what I did. I just know I was on Pioneer Woman's photography site and doing what she told me to do (as far as layers, colors, etc.) step by step (look under photoshop elements - it was one of those posts).
Here's another one from the Spring Show last year:
And after playing with it:
The original of another all time favorite of Jessie and Punx:
And the edited version:
And then I had to play with one and make it black and white:
I love the more colorful "edited" ones for printing off and framing - we've started picture walls in each of the kids' rooms of all the steers/heifers/pigs they've shown. One thing I did find out though (much to my dismay) -don't use those edited photos on your desktop. Your eyes really won't appreciate it.
Fortunately, I still have the oringal-straight-out-of-the camera that I can put on my desktop - much nicer:)
We are headed off to another steer show this weekend - The Ohio Beef Expo. 3 adults, 2 kids and 2 calves going down Friday morning....3 adults 2 kids and 3 calves coming home if our friend Jason buys a heifer through the sale down there. And I've got a new to me DSLR camera (brought with a bunch of gift cards) that I am anxious to try out....