Edit My Photo Project: Results!
Oh my! I cannot apologise enough for the delay in putting this post up! It’s the highest ranking page on the site; and brings in the most traffic so I’mm not sure why it’s taken me so long to sit down and write this up – so I’m sorry!
Here are the full results (in no particular order) that have got back to me. It’s great to see how even through some are in the same general direction – they all have a different touch at the end – and some are completely out there!.
If any of you want to give more detail into how they were processed – let me know in the comments and I’ll update it, thank you all for taking part.
Steve’s gone a bit mad on this one – but it’s certainly unique!
I love the concentric circle on this 3D robot.
Chica has taken the Gherkin into space with some ‘cross action then hue switcherin’ apparently. Either way it’s gorgeous!
Beautiful gold colouring on the building – it’s nearly an academy Award!
Beautifully soft with the lens flare bringing it out further.
The edging adds to the beautifully dreamy shot – thanks Majaczek
I love the texture and the edge – really adds to to the photo :D
wonderfully cross-processed however the one’s on the way are great too – take a look!
Lovely to see one that centres in on a it more of the detail from Jeremy.
Scherbi took it through NIK Silver Efex Pro – “NIK Silver Efex Pro – Red Filter, Structure boost 100%, Contrast boost 10%, Toning: #7 (coffee), Burn all edges 50% strength. A little sharpening and definition boost in Aperture.”
Very alien indeed from Peter
Wow – really taking it to another level by abstracting it completely
Gorgeous work Dave – and he’s given a very detailed plan of how he did it.
Wonderful vignetting David!
Hňkan has a very vivid interpretation – and even opened up one of his images to the world!
The texture – the crop the colour – amazing!
Martin takes us into the Matrix with Dark Pinnacle.
Thomas has a detailed (in German) list of what he did to the photo
Antonio posted how he almost gave up half way through but pulled it off well
Jan produced a few variations; above is my favourite
Dave’s got a very vibrant vision for the photograph!
Wow – I’d love to see this in real life the texture adds to the very scifi theme!
Csaba takes the Gherkin under water!
A wonderful starburst!
Dark and sultry
Brian calls it opposites attract – I call it brilliant
A gallery print quality shot
Deep and contrasty
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