Robyn G from Captivate Me hosts a monthly feature called One Four Challenge, one image processed four different ways. Each week of the month the participants post a different version of their image and at the end create a poll to see which image was the most popular.
Following on from last week’s edit, I cloned out the stone in the bottom right corner as suggested by Stacey from lensaddiction, and converted to black and white. As I had converted straight from last weeks image, it kept the white balance settings and came out with quite a cold, blueish overall tone. I tried converting from the original image, but the conversion from this was rather muddy and boring and the bluer tone looked much better, so I kept this one. Aside from altering the colour mix in the HSL panel so that the blue and aqua were right down so as to bring out the tones in the sky more, I didn’t do much else to it this week.
Here is the finished week two edit.
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Comments and feedback welcome.
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