This photo was taken in Oakland around the Broadway Terrace area. The original photo seemed to not be vibrant enough so for the finalized photograph, I added another layer on top of the original for a channel mixer. For the Red output, I adjusted the numbers from 100+, 0, and 0 to 130+, -15, and -15. For the Green output, I adjusted the numbers from 0, 100+, and 0 to -15, 130+, -15. For the Blue output, I adjusted the numbers from 0, 0, and 100+ to -15, -15, and 130+. This allowed the colors to be more vibrant and “pop out” more. Alongside adding a channel mixer to the original photograph to make the colors stand out more, I used the “Soft Light” blending mode to add just a bit more contrast to the overall photograph. Since there was a bit more contrast, the light/sky seemed to be a bit “too” bright for me, so on the original layer, I utilized the burn tool to darken a few of the branches in the background that are out of focus.