Weekly Challenge 24: Filters

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  1. Like colours in Brenda’s petrol pump. Keiths’s tractor and Ian’s lorry are interesting old vehicles. My favourite is Brian’s black…

  2. Thanks Brenda, I would like those curtains too! Waited around until no tourists were in front of them (were all…

6 comments on “Weekly Challenge 24: Filters”

  1. June Hanson says:

    My favourite is Ian’s sunflower, great effect, and like all the others too, including the subtle effect of Nigel’s Clematis.

    1. Ian B says:

      Thanks June, it’s a self seeded sunflower that grew up from a crack in my garden path. It was taken on my mobile phone with one of those clip on lenses you can get. I did have a kaleidoscope, and a soft focus filter too, but they didn’t work as well. I did try some post processing filters on some other images, but went back to the original sunflower picture as it worked the best!

  2. Mary Nash says:

    Well done everyone – some interesting images – It did not occur to me to use a filter in photoshop – although I have done that many times before….. I love Julie’s picture best this week. Tony’s and June’s are great too, for the textured feel to them.

    1. Julie WRIGHT says:

      Thanks Mary, I’m glad you liked my ‘Little Planet’! We went through a phase of making these in a Flickr group a few years ago and I rediscovered them recently. The trick is finding an image with a reasonably even foreground and skyline so that it joins up neatly in a circle. There are some amazing shots of skyscrapers done in this way.

  3. Ian B says:

    Was interesting to see that 3 of us used filters on our cameras (me, Mary & Brian) and that the others applied filters in post processing! 😉Having said that I think Tony’s “painting” of the church yard and June’s “painting” of blueberries are my favourites this week.

    1. June Hanson says:

      Thanks Ian. We did a whole lesson and assignment on Filters in Photoshop as part of Digital Manipulation unit, with coursework too. (We all went to photograph Loch Fyne in Reading using Hyperfocal distance and a Filter of your choice, producing framed print for exhibition). Learned a whole lot of stuff.

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