One Four Challenge – Week 2

Far from the brightness of my post last week, which some helpfully termed “Purple Rain”, I have gone for a much more realistic, damp, January feel to the weather for my entry in this week’s One Four Challenge.

The One Four Challenge is overseen by Robyn G and if youΒ have yet to hear about it, go and check it out – you will be thanking me for it.

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To get to this image I had to reset my Purple Rain version to get back to the original and then set out on a new crop and different tint treatment, together with a small vignette. I have to say I quite like this very real image and can almost feel the dampness of the drops as I type. Looking at the drops I swear I can also see the outline of the house opposite, albeit inverted.

Going to have to pull my finger out for weeks 3 and 4 and learn some new techniques.

Have a good week one and all.

MM πŸ€

 

 

23 thoughts on “One Four Challenge – Week 2

  1. I really like both – this lovely natural version… and Purple Rain πŸ˜ƒ
    Thanks for your wonderful endorsement for our fun challenge John!!
    Apologies for my late reply – I had been having probs leaving comments.
    Looking forward to this week also πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  2. Very different to last week John, I don’t know which I prefer. I do like the drops themselves and the very dark outline like a gasket seal on the largest ones. Looking forward to what you come up with next week πŸ™‚

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  3. Love this. I can hear the streak of my finger on the glass. It is mighty realistic and that house outline is haunting πŸ™‚ Really great edit. And again I must add, I have never seen raindrops like this on a window/glass so clear in a photograph, superb.

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