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One last One Four Challenge (or in this case, One Seven Challenge) of a wintery weed lying in the snow done up in a variety of photo apps.
Tags » Pixlromatic
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I quickly found that this image was very different to work with than last month’s Parador on the Sacred Shore. There was less colour, way less texture and an almost surrealistic look that I felt needed to be emphasized.
Stackables and Pixlromatic both do similar types of photo manipulation, using a selection of overlays that dramatically affect the final look of the image.
This week I’m tried for warmed-up tones that show off the old stone walls.128 more words
This week I went for Pixlromatic’s over-the-top edits which, for some reason, I almost always prefer.
I especially like this second version which looks as if it is an oil painting on a piece of old metal!35 more words
This month means more Monet!
For this review month I thought I try finishing off some of the last three month’s experiments, starting with a Monet’s waterlily…102 more words
My attempts to duplicate Monet’s colours on the computer were a disaster!
1. Most of the standard techniques for changing colours in Photoshop (Colour Balance, Hue/Saturation, Photo Filter) merely added an unattractive colour cast to the ‘painting’.242 more words