One Four Challenge Feb 2015 Wk 3

This week is week 3 for the One Four Challenge hosted by Robyn G of the blog:

Captivate Me

On the first week of the month we each select an image that we would like to work with for the month and each week we perform edits to our image. We then publish a post with our new image each new week and explain the edits we have performed for that week. It is a fun challenge learning to use photo editing tools. If you are interested in joining, please click on Robyn's link above.

This week I have chosen to use my photo from Week 2. I edited the photo using Aviary by adding the Effect/Sage, then adding the Enhancement/Portrait. These were the only edits I performed this week. Although I like the sky and the water appearing to be the same color and the foliage appearing thicker, I feel the colors do not look realistic.



 

 

One Four Challenge Feb 2015 – Week 1

The beginning of the month brings a brand new image for One Four Challenge, hosted by Robyn G, author of the blog, Captivate Me.

We choose one image which we use for the entire four weeks, and make computer edits on our image each week and sharing the edits we chose to do.

If you would like to join in on this challenge, please click here: Captivate Me

The image that I chose for February is called, The River Bridge. I chose a minor edit for the first week. In the photo editor Aviary, I pulled up the image into Enhance and chose Scenery. That's it.

Week 1

The River Bridge – Week 1

 

 

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One Four Challenge Week 2

Robyn G., whose blog is, Captivate Me, hosts the One Four Photo Challenge. We select one photo which we use for all four weeks of the month. Each week we photo edit our selected photo and explain our edits in our post.

This week I have taken the original photo and put it in Aviary > Scenery> Portrait. Next, I put the image in iColorama through Brush > Colorize > Blue (the water only). When I colored the water it also colored the white bubbles in the water. Next, in iColorama, I put the image through Effects > Flow, then Adjust > High. This whitened the bubbles and defined the duck a bit more. I am finding this is a difficult image to photo edit so it will be interesting what the results will be for my next two weeks.

 

For more information about this challenge please click on this url:

http://robynsfineart.wordpress.com/2015/01/12/one-four-challenge-jan-week-2/

 

One-Four Challenge January

Robyn G, author and photographer of the blog, “Captivate Me,” hosts a photography/photo editing challenge each month called, “One-Four Challenge.” This week is the first week of four weeks of the same image edited four different ways.

If you would like more information about this challenge or would like to join in, please click on this url:

http://robynsfineart.wordpress.com/2015/01/05/happy-2015-and-one-four-challenge-jan-week-1/

This is the image I will be working with this month.

First, I edited it through Pixelmater to give the water a blue tint. Next, I edited in Aviary where I used the Enhance>Scenery and the High Definition and increased the brightness.