Robyn's four week One Four Challenge, involves posting a photo that you have /altered four different ways. Participants range from amateur to professional photographers, and the software they use similarly widespread.
Thanks to Carrie, I downloaded and experimented with Light Room over the course of this week. Gimp required more time than I had at this point, as I am away from home at present, so LR was app of choice. Even so, I was a bit puzzled as to how I was going to change… Continue reading One Four Challenge Week 3
This week I played around with the saturation, contrast and brightness finally adding a HDR and frame effect in PicsArt. Thanks to Carrie's advice I downloaded 'gimp' but as yet still just trying to fathom my way through the incredible depth of tools available. I’d very much appreciate your thoughts or feedback on this week.… Continue reading One four Challenge – Week 2 January
This Challenge is pretty easy to do, one challenge, edited four different ways, and it is pretty easy also to learn a lot many things from good photographers.
Final Week of the One Four Challenge for December - I invite you to vote for your preferred choice below. ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 3 Photo (b) Additional colour inversion and frame, just for fun! Week 4 Trying to gain a new perspective of the… Continue reading One Four Challenge – Dec wk 4 – Polls
I loved the colours in the driftwood in the original photograph, shown in the previous One four Challenge post, but really wanted to see where the effects could take this with my desktop photo editor. One Four Challenge – Dec
Being new to this challenge means that I have some catching up to do, so I started with a simple image from my afternoon walk along the beach. I loved the colours in the driftwood in the original photograph, but really wanted to see where the effects could take this with my desktop photo editor.