Lens Artists Challenge – One Photo Two Ways

This week Tina is hosting the challenge and asking us to show different edits of the same photo. First up is a mono conversion of a flower. Personally I prefer the monotone over the color in this instance.

The second one is of some cute baby ducks using a different crop for each. I think I prefer the tighter crop in this instance because my eye goes the the baby duck and not the muck they are standing in.

Last is some Photoshop magic using the sky replacement tool to create a sunset in this photo. If you haven’t played with this tool, it’s fun to see if it can work for you.

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16 thoughts on “Lens Artists Challenge – One Photo Two Ways

  1. Love them Nora! And the sky replacement is cool! I need to experiment with that one. I’ve seen examples on Instagram. Oh, and I love the ducks! I like both of those photos!

  2. Fun choices Nora – love your little ducks! My favorite thing about the sky replacement is the ability to use your own skies vs the ones that come with the software. While I don’t use it often I find it helpful when Mother Nature is truly uncooperative!

  3. Great examples, Nora! I love all of them, the edits too. The new sky is making the photo more interesting too – well done.

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