The One-four challenge is back this month after a month of review.
I’ll be honest and admit I haven’t reviewed much at all in August, and the images I’ll be using this month were actually created back in July, when I learned about the challenge and went crazy about creating 2 sets of images, the one I used then, and the one I’ll be using this month.
Having been so long since the editing of the pictures, I need also admit I don’t remember how exactly I edited them, except of course by the obvious. I’ll try to remember at least those obvious. All edits were made on my Android phone, using the Photo Editor app.
So here’s the first version:
In this one, the obvious edit was the color splash, where I kept the reds only. Then I made it darker, added a vignette of dark corners and made the reds even more red (original was magenta).
Hope you’ll like it.
Love the dots of red against a dark background…
I like the selective colour as it works quite well here. not too much of a fan of the vignette as it feels a bit forced. I am looking forward to seeing the future edits.
I love the colour splash, Etol. It works really well. 🙂 I look forward to seeing the rest of your edits over the month.
Welcome back. I really like your photo with the mix of man made and nature and I do like the selective colour as well. Looking forward to the next 3 as well 😃
I like the selective colouring. Nicely done!
Its a really interesting view point. I have no idea how people manage to edit on their phones, it would drive me nuts but then other people create stuff that looks like this too 🙂
The selective color works well here but, like Ben, I am not a great fan of the vignette. Maybe it;’s just a bit too dark. But I love the angle, too.
Wow the color select must have been not the easiest thing to do on a phone, very impressive! I love the very Frank Miller-ness to it B&W with a splash of red. I like the unique angle of the shot as well.
Thanks for all the comments. Editing in the phone is indeed harder than in the PC, but the app makes it easier. ;o)
The vignette does make it it too dark indeed. Specially when seen on a bigger screen.