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One Four Challenge – May Week 2

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It is time for Robyn’s (Capivate Me blog) One Four Challenge for May Week 2.

For this challenge, Robyn wants us to use a single image and process it four different ways.  She encourages us to try new things, experiment and be as creative or subtle as we wish to be.

For this series I picked a photo I of a house that on first glance seems to be abandoned.  This house is actually lived in.  I took this photo at the end of April while Chris and I were driving some back roads in our area.  The only reason I know people lived there, was their garbage was out for pick up service.  And notice on the sliding door on the first level and balcony, they still have Christmas lights.

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Week 2 Version

I basically took my Week 1 Version and brought it into Color Efex Pro 4 and added a couple of filter layers.  Solarization and Color Neutralizer then in photoshop I brightened the photo just a little bit.

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Week 1 Version

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Cee

20 replies »

  1. These are great shots and what an amazing old place and I bet it was a beauty in its prime.

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  2. Hello Cee – I made it! Apologies for my late reply. I’m having issues commenting again.
    I love the treatment you’ve given to week 2 – the grungy feel really suits this old ‘lived in’ house 😀

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