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My entry. Done in Snapseed and then Photostudio. Really think some of the entries so far are hard to beat!
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We cant wait to see what you come up with in April so get your phone cameras clicking (we still make that noise in our head) and get your image in - you could be a winner!
Great edit Lisa. I particulary like the grunge effects that looks like folded paper. The one thing I am begining to realise is that there are scores of Apps out there that I have never heard of that can produce some really unusual and great looking edits.
Reed said:This is my interpretation. I gave Woz's photo a dream state in Dream Cam HD. I then brought it into PhotoStudio and applied several filters. It will be tough to judge these as there are many good interpretations here.
Very Pop Art. Warhol would be proud! Another great edit Reed and yes this is going to be tough to judge.
Thanks Venomator. I was hoping you would ask.Absolutely stonking works on a bit of crumbling stone guys 'n gals, love them all so far...
I think I have said so before, but there is nothing in the rules to prevent the OP from presenting their own interpretation here as well - in fact i would encourage it as I think it would be great to see how they would process their own image... : sneaky:
Of course, if they were to post, they would probably NOT choose their own as the winner...
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woz1966 said:Great edit Aaron. Love the brickwork. I really suits the post industrial feel of the subject.
Robert Davies said:Here's my entry!
First I used Clarity in Camera+ before adding a bit of lightleak and two different textures in PhotoWizard (one texture added a slight vignette style). After that I ran a new version of the photo through Artify! using the Impressionist filter, then I blended both together. Lastly, I added a subtle stylised border in PicFrame.