JANUARY 5: Photo Treatment

Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by jenn mccabe, Jan 5, 2015.

  1. lcpereyra

    lcpereyra You won't believe my blue streak!

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    I used a vcso preset that I have never used to replicate a film look (I have a few I really like and always come back to even after trying a couple of new ones). Plus I kept the grain in the photo - a big gasp! for me. ;) It is harder to see in the web sized version but trust me, I notice it, lol!

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  2. gwany1999

    gwany1999 Worst Cooks in America - I watch it, I live it

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    My photo treatment was to do stained glass. The picture is of my Christmas Tree.

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  3. valeriapiemonte

    valeriapiemonte valeriapiemonte

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  4. zippyoh

    zippyoh Well-Known Member

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    I used the high key photo effect in PSE11, I never realized all the photo effects that were available!

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    FarrahJobling FarrahJobling

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  7. ArielleHGordon

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    I made some adjustment using Instagram and the added a small halftone.

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  8. ArmyGrl

    ArmyGrl Merlot, Cab, Chard, Reisling - all 4 food groups!

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  9. Karen

    Karen Wiggle it, just a little bit!

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    Finally got back to this one! I really wanted to do a page with your cool halftone effect, but didn't have quite the right picture for it. I still tried it and learned how to do it, so thanks for that! :) In the end I decided to run an action on these pics to give them a soft hazy beachy look. :) LOVE how this turned out too. I wouldn't have normally taken the time to do that on these pictures, so I'm thrilled that this challenge pushed me to do it!

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  10. Karen

    Karen Wiggle it, just a little bit!

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    Huh... I can't see a comment box for hers either. Weird!
     
  11. sucali

    sucali sucali

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    I used several filters and blending modes:

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  12. sushimommy

    sushimommy Could you point me to the helipad?

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    I used your halftone tutorial and tweaked it a little bit to make the dots feel pixel-ey. :)

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  13. RaquelS

    RaquelS How does my garden grow? Well, it doesn't ...

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    I ran a mix of actions on the photo and then I even ran one on the entire layout!

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  14. lmuscarella22

    lmuscarella22 Well-Known Member

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    I used Pic.Tap.Go for the coloring of the photo, and then used the halftone treatment in photoshop as described to jazz this photo up.

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  16. AmandaG

    AmandaG New Member

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    I used a matte preset in Lr that I don't usually use - I often stick with a clean look, but I thought the matte type look fit my photo :)
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  17. Kat

    Kat Seeking wine/shopping/teeth brushing support group

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    mels New Member

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    I used 3 radlab filters that I don't normally use:

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  19. PuSticks

    PuSticks Oh, bother

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    I actually tried NOT to use halftone but I actually ended up using that (as well as a few other in the filter gallery, B&W and camera filters) I think this is one of the most processed photos I've done/used in quite some time :)

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  20. tropt

    tropt Some like it hot

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    I lost a week due to a visit from a nasty virus knocking out my family and two massive editing projects for work (ugh!). But this was a great challenge to get my mojo back. I used the challenge tutorial (had never tried that). I duplicated my photo 2xs and then applied the following photo treatments: 1. Middle layer: Poster Edges filter and then Overlay at 72% opacity, 2. Top layer: Half-tone pattern and then Screen at 54% opacity.

    It came out much softer/muted than I'm used to scrapping so I went with muted colors for the LO. Thanks for a great challenge! :)


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