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Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by jenn mccabe, Jan 5, 2015.
I used some actions from Florabella Muse
Fun challenge again! Thank you!
Here is mine
I used duotone filter set to screen 40% + cutout filter set to vivid light 17%
I played in RadLab and with some filters. Great challenge!
I used Akvis Sketch to turn my photo into a drawing.
I tried to duplicate the halftone look, but the halftone filter didn't work on this photo; the window just showed blank white. So I improvised and used cutout on the middle layer, grain on the top layer, and blended them.
enjoyed this one.
I had trouble with the half tone filter too... need to revisit that for sure!
So I used in iPhone apps and Pioneer Woman PS actions.
This was fun, makes me want to play with editing photos more!
This did challenge me and it's not something I normally do, but it's an easy way to change the look of a "blah" or "flawed" phot, thanks!
I added some texture and then played with blending to make the photo look harder and more interesting since it was a still shot of something so light.
Kel, I love your page ... but for some reason when I go into the gallery, I can not see a comment box to leave Gallery Love? Anyone else seeing this issue? I'll check back later ... but wanted to make sure you knew how much I love this one! that photo and that green ... gorgeous my friend!!!
Black and white
Oh my gosh! This was a fun one! I used the halftone treatment for the comic book effect!
I converted my photo to black and white (not uncommon for me) but then I started playing with it and added a greeny tone to it and then I did something else (don't ask me to do it again as I don't remember) that gave it a grainy kind of feel and toned the green down a bit. I think the result works well with this kit by Forever Joy.
I used underpainting and water paper. Thanks so much for the challenge!
warmed these up a bit from the cold, grey day we took them on..