Robyn over at captivate me has come up with a cool challenge to edit a picture 4 ways called, One Four Challenge. The idea is that you choose one picture for the month, each week edit the shot differently and share it. At the end of the month you will have four different images. You can read more about the challenge here.
The one four challenge is taking a break during April. I am going back through the previous months challenges and reading the comments to work out what would be the ultimate edit.
In December I was working on a autumn landscape, which when taking the picture had the feel of winter. In reading the comments from December’s posts and saw most liked the black and white. That version was pretty good but I wanted to go back and look at a colour version again.This time I used Camera Calibration to tone the image and give it the warm tones of Autumn. I did this before adjusting the shadows, highlights and exposure. This image has a much better saturation and colour than the previous colour versions. It also has a much warmer and enticing feel.
Also here are the original edits for the December One Four Challenge. You can also find all my One Four Challenge Posts Here
Let me know in the comments what you think of this ultimate edit.
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