Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cold Country

Since I’m experimenting with the ‘Texture of Winter’ on this month’s One Four Challenge, I thought I’d play with some chilly textures for Cee’s ‘Cold’ Challenge.

This first set of snowy trees was taken at Silver Star on a too-cold-for-me day!Snowy trees texture at Silver Star Ski Resort in the BC InteriorGetting even colder….
Snowy trees texture at Silver Star Ski Resort in the BC InteriorSnow-laden Dr. Seuss trees at the top of the mountain.
Snowy trees texture at Silver Star Ski Resort in the BC InteriorThis next set was shot through the car window as we were driving past and they all have a curious aqua tint to them. This image has no adjustment done to it.
Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC InteriorThis one has Photoshop’s ‘Auto Contrast’ applied.
Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC Interior Photoshop’s ‘Auto Tone’ adjustment applied; turning it maybe too warm?Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC Interior with Photoshop's 'Auto Tone' adjustment Photoshop’s ‘Auto Color’ adjustment warmed up the image way too much.
Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC Interior with Photoshop's 'Auto Color' adjustment‘Auto Contrast’ and ‘Auto Tone’ applied.
Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC Interior‘Auto Color’ has turned this image into black and white.
Drive-by shooting of snow scenes on Hwy 5 in the BC Interior with Photoshop's 'Auto Color' adjustmentMore of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things That Are Cold.

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3 responses to “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cold Country

  1. Pingback: One Four Challenge February Week 2: The Texture of Winter | Elizabatz Gallery·

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