~One to Three~

Welcome to The Squirrel Chase.com’s One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge for June 1, 2022. I have submitted the following three post-edit-processed photographs to share in the challenge. Using Adobe apps with adjustments thereto, the outputs are the results you see below.

For this month a vase of garden flowers.

Original June 1-3
Original
Original June 1-3June 1-3 #2
Vignette and a little bit of smoothing made this almost like one of my art lens photos.
Original June 1-31-3 June #2
This was done painterly style with Adobe’s phone app. You can download the app if you subscribe to Adobe PS or Lightroom.
Original June 1-31-3 June #3
I had fun with this one process. Once again it is part of Adobe’s subscription. I like it the best of the three just because it is different and not to seriously intended.

All of these were taken from my cell phone and processed on cell phone apps. I have been busy renovating a new get-away place and it seems every time I have wanted to photograph something my camera was in the other room, and I was just too lazy to get it. Sometimes these little intimate cell phone times are zen for me while sitting on the couch.

The reno is coming along but boy am I pooped. I will be back for Tom & Gerry and more probably in a month or two. Things are being moved around and the computer has yet to settle in, so I look forward to posting more when finally done.

With that, if anyone just loves to create in post-processing, shoot on over to The Squirrel Chase.com once a month for this fun bit of sharing artful editing in post.

Until next month when three more renditions come, thanks for stopping in.

Kathleen Jennette Imagery

One To Three



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4 replies

  1. Kathleen! I didn’t know that this was also your site, Oh wow!
    Tales From My Lens is a favourite and I especially enjoy – One,Two,Three.

  2. Each version has it’s nice looks, but I like the processed versions a bit better. Get some rest!

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