One Four Challenge November Week 2: Madrid Lamp Standards

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.

For these versions in muted colours I used Stackables, Pixlromatic and Photoshop.

Stackables ‘Winter World’ formula.
The Madrid lamps in Stackables The Madrid lamps in Stackables using the formula ‘Graveyard’.
The Madrid lamps in Stackables using the formula Graveyard The lamps in Pixlromatic.Madrid lamps in Pixlromatic This version was produced using the ‘hand-tinted’ photo look in Photoshop.The Madrid lamps using the fake hand-tinted look in Photoshop More of Robyn G’s (and now Nic’s) One Four Challenge.

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8 responses to “One Four Challenge November Week 2: Madrid Lamp Standards

    • I couldn’t decide either – I felt that each one made a different statement -the Winter World one would be good on a Sherlock Holmes book cover – even though it’s in Madrid it has the foggy feel of London in the 1800s.

  1. I really like the Pixlromatic edit, the pretty blue combined with the washed out white buildings is very pleasing to me. 😀

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