~One To Three~

Welcome to The Squirrel Chase.com’s One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge for August 1, 2022. I am a tad late here for this, but I have submitted the following three post-edit-processed photographs to share in the challenge. Using phone apps with adjustments thereto the outputs are the results you see below.

For this month a view from the dock of the bay which I am really missing this moment as it turned from the beautiful 70s to 100s in my travels these past few days.

Jack London Square view of Alameda, CA
Exposure lift to a whiter vignette on a phone app. I did this twice by lifting the exposure to mute it. I wanted then to just added a vignette to soften the edges for a foggier-edged-out appearance.
A de-saturation of the photo brought it to this. This is a favorite move I use often and is quick to use. For those that don’t know, just move the saturation button all the way to zero and that can be done in-camera as well but depending, Lightroom will reverse that to color. I generally use in-camera and avoid the uploads to lightroom because again, in-camera contrasts can be adjusted so your post-edits can be shortened or none at all.
This is where the apps can be a lot of fun and come into play more. With layers, a screen, and filters used this is the outcome of a Photoshop phone app.

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.

Header Image was done in HDR

Kathleen Jennette Imagery

One-To Three



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8 replies

  1. I really liked the last one–so dark and moody!

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