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Edit This Edit This! #5 @JillyG

terse

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We will invite members to edit one of our images. Images will be available for one week. We'll take four names at a time (see list here).

People offering an image will give some guidance/make some specific(ish) requests, e.g:
  • I'd like to see this image *pop* more
  • Not sure of the best crop
  • Any iColorama [or other app] suggestions?
  • How would you make this image into a mono?
  • How would you make it an abstract?
  • I seem to have lost the detail of the building/tree/people - can you bring it back without losing the fog?
  • How would you make the most of this mistake I made?
  • Only straight processing, please - nothing 'arty'
  • Knock yourself out - surprise me!
  • And so on

Roolz for contributing editors:
  1. Please respect requests (and the image) of the person offering. I.e: Don't offer a Decim8'd abstract if s/he has asked for 'straight processing only'. And vv. Don't add anything to the image that the original maker wouldn't be able to add her/himself: i.e., nothing from your own camera roll.
  2. Please provide a brief summary of and rationale for your editing processes (this is a group learning process. For the same reason, please offer just one or two edits - three if there's some profoundly educational point to be made.

Roolz for people offering images:
  1. Please be clear about what you'd like to see from others' expertises (see example q's above).
  2. Please acknowledge and comment briefly on each edit offered -- and offer a little wrap-up at the end of the week. Anything that struck you about a particular edit of your image? Something you've learned? An app you simply must purchase & learn? However you wrap up is up to you: but we'll all be holding our breath to hear what you think.


Please browse the thoughtful feedback and comments from our beta testers here
See the beta tests #1 #2 #3 and #4 for examples of previous questions and offered edits

Mobi Challenge guidelines are here

#5 offering is from JillyG!
 

JillyG

MobiLifer
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Jilly
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iPhone 11 Pro Max
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And here it is. A boring little image really of an old farm shack. Please go wild. Do whatever you'd like to it - as little or as much as you have time for. One app or many, black and white or multicoloured - it's up to you. The main think is to have FUN!

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RoseCat

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Catherine
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iPhone 7 Plus
This image is beautiful and perfect already to my eye... [emoji7] I ran it through VSCO and applied C8 (I love the turquoise tone it gives the sky) and applied some fade and a tiny bit of vignette.

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JillyG

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Jilly
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iPhone 11 Pro Max
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My MobiTog 365
This image is beautiful and perfect already to my eye... [emoji7] I ran it through VSCO and applied C8 (I love the turquoise tone it gives the sky) and applied some fade and a tiny bit of vignette.

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Oh I love what you've done with it. I would never have thought of doing that. I love that vintage-y feel to it now. :thumbs:
 

RoseCat

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Well done for removing that annoying telegraph pole so beautifully. :thumbs:
Ahhhhh!!!! Yes!! [emoji1360][emoji1360][emoji1360] Wish I had done that.... SO WEIRD because I didn't even see it!! I was so focused on the building. That's just weird.

Edit: ...and now that's ALL I see. [emoji15]
 

terse

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I like this building better in color, but I thought I'd start off with a b/w conversion anyway. I did the conversion in ACDSee Pro and adjusted the lighting there, too. I also cropped it in on the right, bottom, and top. I decided to leave the power pole for now -- modern age passing by the old and all that.

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RoseCat

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I desaturated the image in Superslides. I originally thought I'd apply one of their frames but I didn't like it, so I removed the frame. Added this frame in Polamatic.

Oh, and removed that pesky pole with Retouch. :sneaky:
 
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