Yup, this week I’m playing around with yet another photo app, in this case Matter, which adds strange geometric constructions to images.
My frozen sunset no. 1 with a polyhedral object added to it.
I added a smaller object to frozen sunset no. 2 and in this case ran them through Pixlromatic to up the unreal quality.
And now for the weekly wrap-up.
Week 1. Pixlromatic does FIRE.
Week 2. Stackables does ICE.
Week 3. Pixlromatic does ICE. Week 4. Matter does its thing.
For more of Robyn G’s One Photo Four Ways Challenge.
18 thoughts on “One Four Challenge March Week 4 : Frozen Sunset”
I love the way you experiment and push the boundaries. I think this is the real purpose of this challenge.
Coming up with a third and fourth way of editing an image really does force one to experiment. I love it!
I have really enjoyed the evolution of the image with the different apps. For me I love week one with the fire. It is the warm tones that give the feeling of a sunset. Great series of images.
With this image I really wanted to come up with edits that captured both the fire of the sunset and the cold of being on a frozen lake at night. I think pixlromatic did the best job – I really like the way both the ‘fire’ and ‘ice’ turned out. Thanks for the comment.
I couldnt wait to read about this one Eliza. I love the interest this structure has added to the image. Its unusual and fantastic! I had to vote for it 😃😃
For me your challenge is all about making new discoveries and ‘Matter’ certainly sends the image off in an entirely new direction. I have no idea what use I’ll end up putting this app to, but I’m having a lot of fun trying it out…
This was a great discovery and you know its there.. if ever.. 😃
Experimenting and creating (in whatever medium) is always such fun!!
This week’s may be the most interesting – I like it! But then I still really like Week 3 Ice!
Week 3 is my favourite too – because it truly captures the cold frozen experience!
Well! A most curious effect, almost like some strange architectural thing plonked in front of the scene! But I’m going to go for the Fire effect, too…
I like the phrase ‘most curious effect’ – it reminds me of the novel I am reading right now that is a rework on H.G. Wells Time Machine, with many ‘curious effects’…
PS it was hard but I think fire week!!
Most interesting effect Eliza!!! I quite like it!!!
I really like the sci fi look this app creates but it doesn’t actually capture how it feels to stand on a frozen lake and watch the sun set like the other apps….
I really like the FIRE and ICE versions best 🙂
this is very cool…and so different. I really like it!