Susan Kirkpatrick Johnson, MA
Shown below are "after" images that I created with Photoshop, either to change the content of a photo, or just to improve its quality.
If you have a browser that supports HTML5, you will see the "before" image when you roll the mouse over the "after" image.
None of these photos were taken by me, but they were all edited by me.
For a program on Hurricane Katrina, we wanted to show the flooded schoolbuses that became part of the story about wasted resources. However, all of those famous images were copyrighted, so I made our own.
We shot hundreds of photos for a program on Cancer Treatment, then realised later that the nurse in this photo should have been wearing a gown, so I added one.
A photo of the patient checking in with the receptionist needed simplification.
Models get tired, their hair gets messy, and sometimes it's easiest just to fix it later.
This image needed a tiny bit of cleanup—nothing elaborate.
All images are copyright protected and may not be used for any purpose without prior permission.
Last updated August 14, 2020