One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge – September 2022

All of these were taken on my Olympus Pen F using a 12-200mm Olympus Telephoto lens. Time? Just about 6 am. When? August 28, 2022. This is the best standard original plus its finished version which is cropped with a bit of noise reduction. It’s not very different from the original photograph, just tidied up a bit.

This is the original (no cropping or processing) plus the final version.
Cross hatch pattern
Posterized, in color
In black & white. Lighter with slightly reduced contrast.

I used the standard filters available in Photoshop. If you use Photoshop, these are all available in the Filter Gallery that is included in the package. My only Topaz filters reduce noise, upgrade sharpness, and can be used to adjust colors, contrast, and other standard processing functions.

Categories: #gallery, #Photography, Art and special effects, Cameras, Challenges, Light and Lights

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5 replies

  1. This is a great choice. I love the classic look. I like your treatments. Especially the classic look of the black on white.


  2. 👌👌👌📷🖼️🌹


  3. I like the posterized version. Makes it look almost like a painting.


    • I used to use posterized processing a lot, especially for night photography. It does creative things to light. Recently I’ve been going with fairly straightforward photography, but it’s a mood thing. I also used to have more filters, but when Microsoft changed their system from 10 to 11, they changed a lot of hardware. Older filters don’t work. I’m hoping Topaz comes out with new filters that work on the new OS. They were a LOT of fun to use and I could create all kinds of interesting effects.

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