Photoshop explorations this week. Resizing and looking at image manipulation using ‘adjustments’. Below are my ‘before’ and ‘after’ images of the glasshouse at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre. It’s a wonderful piece of architecture. On resizing from the original taken on my iphone, my image size went from 1066.8 x 1422.4mm (at 72dpi) to 384.05 x 512.06mm (at 200dpi) – big enough to print on an A3 poster with no loss of clarity. Adjustments made were in Curves, then a minor Hue/Saturation adjustment, then I tried Invert – I really like this highly graphic effect.