One Four Challenge – (Red, White and) Blue

This is my last post for the One Four Challenge, by Captivate Me.

This is the 4th week of the month, but my 3rd post, since I missed the first one.

The picture and the theme are the same as the previous weeks: red, white and blue on a picture taken on the 4th of July, while waiting for the sun to set and the fireworks to start, in celebration of the American Independence Day.

I have already used red and white, so today I’ll go for the last color in the American flag: Blue.

 

Blue

The picture was taken with a MotoX phone, running Android KitKat.
To edit it, I used Fotor app, on a PC running Windows 8.1.

I modified the picture by playing with the tint, hue, temperature and exposure, trying to get it as blue as I could.

 

So to remember the other 2 versions and also to show the original, you can can check in this gallery.

Let me know which one you like the best:

One Four Challenge – (Red) White (and Blue)

I’m back with a new post for the One Four Challenge, by Captivate Me.

This is the 3rd week of the month, but my 2nd post, since I missed the first one.

The picture and the theme are the same as last week: red, white and blue on a picture taken on the 4th of July, while waiting for the sun to set and the fireworks to start.

Last week I used red, so today it’s time for White.

White

 

The picture was taken with a MotoX phone, running Android KitKat.
To edit it, I used Fotor app, on a PC running Windows 8.1.

I modified the picture by playing with the tint, hue, temperature and exposure, trying to get it as white as I could, while still able to see the entire scene.

One Four Challenge – Red (White and Blue)

Hi there,

I have been away for a long, long time.

Then yesterday I signed in again and discovered a new photo challenge that seems interesting.

It’s the One Four Challenge, by Captivate Me.

The idea is to make 4 edited versions of the same picture and post one each week of the month.

We are already on week 2 of July, so this month I’ll be posting only 3.

And since it’s July and we started the month with a national holiday in the US, to celebrate Independece day, I’ll be using a picture I took on the 4th, while waiting for the sun to set and the fireworks to start.

To accent the picture, I’ll use the 3 colors of the flag, starting today with Red.

Red

The picture was taken with a MotoX phone, running Android KitKat.
To edit it, I used Fotor app, on a PC running Windows 8.1.

I modified the picture by playing with the tint, hue, temperature and exposure, trying to get it as red as I could.