One last One Four Challenge (or in this case, One Seven Challenge) of a wintery weed lying in the snow done up in a variety of photo apps.
The original image reminded me of a pencil sketch.
Waterlogue, usually my favourite ‘painting’ app, failed miserably with this image; there just wasn’t enough detail for it to work. Sketch Guru, on the other hand, translated that ‘pencil sketch’ thought really well.
Stackables, usually my favourite for overlays, didn’t quite pull off this weed the way I wanted. The top image is the ‘Rich England’ formula, and the one below it uses the ‘Old Barn’ formula.
Pixlromatic shone with a variety of looks, adding just enough colour and pizzazz to make these weeds fun!
I can’t quite decide between this one and the one below it; both have a wonderful wintery feel to them – I might even use them for Christmas cards! One last look at my weed, this one taken off the computer, something I’m hoping to do more of in the future!
And a few thoughts of where I might go next…
- Using apps with food is really tricky – I’m planning on exploring this since my Travel Blog is about travel & FOOD, and restaurants seem to specialize in dark sulphuric lighting.
- Detailed studies of various apps such as what Waterlogue is good at and what it isn’t. Also there are some apps such as Matter and Psykopaint which I want to really explore fully.
- Repeat of October’s challenge: What app gives the best painted look? Which app produces the best saturated image? Which one is the best for almost black and white? Which one produces the best layered look?
- Taking it off the computer!