I couldn’t decide between 2 post edits this time, so since it’s the last, I’ll go out with a double header! Both final edits were done in Pixlr-o-matic. Obviously I like them both. What do you think?
Oh, and what the heck! Here’s the beach!
Farewell One Four Friends! Robyn’s Captivate Me Blog will always be found even though the One Four Challenge is now over. Thanks for sharing all the great photos and incredible information and tips that have seriously helped me learn how to use Photoshop way more than I could before the challenges. Namaste, Robyn and challenge friends!
Elizabeth Jenson inspired me to download a free photo app called Pixlromatic. It’s pretty cool. I really like this vintage effect, a combination of Lucas and Metal.
I’ll be missing this One Four Challenge! I was so sad to learn that next week is the last one. The crew has dwindled down to only a handful. Although I’ve only been doing it since February of 2015, with a break for a few months, it’s been ongoing for two years, so I guess they all deserve a break.
That’s it for this week. Thanks for checking my pics out!
We’re in the second week of the One Four Challenge hosted by Robyn Gosby over at the Captivate Me blog. She’s a great host and an excellent photographer. Make sure you check her out and think about joining us if you’re so inclined.
I couldn’t keep track of my edits this week. I tried so many things. I tightened it up some more to begin with and, of course, I had to change the boat from blue to red because the scene was crying out for some color. In the end, I really like the Picmonkey Lomo effect. I think it almost looks vintage.