One-Four Challenge: September Week Two

It’s time for the second September edit of Robyn’s One Four Challenge. I wanted to create an image this week that was very different to last week’s highly detailed version. Stacy of Lensaddiction suggested that I crop some of the rocks away from the bottom, whilst Ben Rowe of Aperture 64 said how he’d like to see it with a lower clarity. Both of these suggestions fitted with the ideas I’d already had for this week’s edit so I was happy to oblige.

Week Two Edit
Week Two Edit

As with last week, most of the editing for this one was done in Camera Raw, with only the crop and a slight increasing of the saturation (+25) of the central line of the sea done in Photoshop Elements 13.

These are the changes made in Raw:
Tint +10
Contrast -18
Highlights -46
Shadows +43
Whites +48
Blacks +63
Clarity -29
Vibrance +24
Saturation+17
Luminance +25
Luminance detail +60

Here’s the original, week one and week two edits together for comparison:

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15 thoughts on “One-Four Challenge: September Week Two

  1. Hi Louise 🙂
    This is such a changeable image – so versatile.
    For this week’s version, it seems to be all about the view.. and beyond the rocks.
    A much softer edition. Nicely done.

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  2. Excellent choice on the crop 🙂 Personally its a little soft for me but if you then added a painterly effect from something like Topaz Impression I think it could be quite awesome 🙂

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    1. I don’t have any Topaz programmes, unfortunately – I think my computer would die if I tried to add anything else to it! I have to make do with Photoshop or FotoSketcher. I’ve already planned my week 4 edit to be soft and painterly, though. 🙂 Thanks for visiting!

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