Intersection Cowl, original designed over 2 years ago and photographed last fall for the right feel, is now ready for publishing. At long last, the planning is over and I can share the pattern with all of you, my fellow yarnies! Until… my heart dropped as I looked over the pictures for the pattern cover. In the final photo selection, I discovered the fall leaves appeared only in one background. Apparently last year when I reviewed the photos, I had a fall filter streaming through my window providing the impression of much more color than actually was.
Since the time is right for knitters who’d want to knit this piece to wear during the autumn color and the leaves haven’t yet changed this far South, it was Photoshop to the rescue! Here’s how to add fall color to your images. (Note: it is easiest if the leaves already have some change so Photoshop acts to punch up the color rather than turning green into oranges, yellows, and reds.)