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One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

One-to-three is a monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my April 2020 contribution:

How to get the looks above:

I’ve been experimenting with Topaz Studio 2. This week I’ve been playing with the Impression and AI Remix filter. The impression filter has an awful lot of options. Two of my three looks this week are using different strokes and textures. The third takes the second impression options and adds the filter called AI remix. The remix filter combines with a second picture.

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.

One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

One-to-three is a monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my March 2020 contribution:

How to get the looks above:

For some reason the morning sun hitting this pear got me inspired. After I used the GIMP to heal some of the brown lines. I probably should have done something about my vacuum in the background too.

The kaleidoscope filter in the GIMP: Filters>Distorts>Kaleidoscope. I thought it was kind of cool how it made an almost art deco looking pattern of the bookshelves…and the spot I didn’t remove from the pear makes the pear look like a cartoon critters staring at me.

The G’mic plug-in for the GIMP has many different filters (over 500). This uses the Pencil filter in the black and white group.

This uses Topaz Studio 2, the Chalk Pastel look applied at 63%.

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.

One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

One-to-three is a monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my February 2020 contribution:

How to get the looks above:

The G’mic plug-in for the GIMP has many different filters (over 500). The first variation uses the “brushify” filter in the Artistic group within G’mic.

The second variation uses the “illustration” filter in the Artistic group within G’mic.

The third variation applies the Orton effect, as described in this post: Creating the Orton effect in the GIMP. The cartoon effect is found in Filters>Artistic>Cartoon. In the GIMP I layered the cartoon effect image over the Orton effect image and used the soft light blend mode.

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.

One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

One-to-three is a monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my January 2021 contribution:

How to get the looks above:

I used Topaz Studio 2

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.

One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

One-to-three is a monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my December 2020 contribution:

I used the same photo of holly as I did on theSquirrelChase.com post, I couldn’t stop playing with it.

How to get the looks above:

For the faux lens ball effect I used the direction in my Something new post.

For the other two I went in and explored the looks in Topaz Studio 2.

The “cave dweller” look is in their “warm” group and the “flat I” look is in the “fun” group.

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.

One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

I just started a new monthly photo processing challenge on my other web site, theSquirrelChase.com. I’d love to have you join in: The challenge is simple: take one photo and get creative with it by processing it three different ways. Then share the results, with a link to this month’s post. I’ll do a start up post on the first of each month and at the end of the month I’ll do a round up, so we can all share in the creativity and fun.

Here’s my November 2020 contribution:

How to get the looks above:

For the black and White I used the GIMP’s mono-mixer tool to make the greens darker and the reds lighter.

I created a swirled abstract of the image then overlaid it using a layer mask. The directions for swirling a photo in the GIMP are in this post: Putting a twist on it using the GIMP. (That post contains a link to directions for doing the effect in Photoshop.) I overlaid the twirled image on the basic image using the soft light blend mode and a layer mask.

My third creation simply applied the “waterpixels” filter in the GIMP. (Found in the Filters>Artistic sub-menu).

Background

Since having to isolate due to the pandemic, last spring, I’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with photo processing and I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve discovered and see what others are doing.

I’m hosting the challenge on the other site to try and keep my WordPress.org skills.

Link to the One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge.