The picture I show here was originally planned to be used in October, but October ended up being a crazy month so I dropped some of my projects, including this one. 😦
But fear not, there is always the next month, right?
And here I am using my picture in November’s edition of the One Four Challenge…
The original picture was taken on September 27th, on the first weekend of the corn maze and pumpkin patch at Bob’s Corn Farm, in Snohomish, WA. I used my Motorola phone with the default auto settings.
Then, for this week’s edit, I decided to make it look more summery, and used the Fotor app on my PC to change the temperature to 17, saturation to 30, contrast to -15, and brightness to 12.
That’s how it turned out:
The warmer and brighter edits change the mood to a more light-hearted image. Nice edits, I’m looking forward to what you do next week. 🙂
The warmer tones are nice.
The warmer tones are nice and the lighter shadows make a big improvment
Edit version is more appealing. Great job.
Nice job. The summer looks inviting.
love the edited version…so summery and such a pretty green
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