Every now and again, you hit on an editing formula that just works, from a personal satisfaction point of view. I got a huge kick out of this edit. I used Snapseed, Superimpose and DistressedFX on theis edit and then ran it through Oggl, which actually wasn't really essential. The key though, was to use Color Thief to adjust the tones to my liking. That technique has been something of a revelation, in that it will allow me to develop a more consistent result colourwise, if I so choose.
This image was featured online within 24 hours of its release! Cool.
When I was in Brisbane, I joined the Saturday night ghost tour at Toowong cemetery. Took my phone and shot what I could. With basically only torchlight available, the results were predictably rough, but I thought I might be able to make something of them in post processing. Really happy with the results tonight. I used Photoshop Express, then Glaze and finally Mextures. I think I'm starting to get a handle on Mextures finally.
On my way home across the continent last week, I stopped off at the Balladonia roadhouse for breakfast. There's a big chunk of Skylab in the roadhouse museum! I remember when it fell out of orbit in 1979, bringing ephemeral fame to Balladonia. I photographed every inch of it, plus the press clippings on the wall. I am such a nerd. This is what I did with them. Seven different composite images in all, with no particular stand-out. This one is number three. I have used Snapseed and Superimpose for the edit.
Science | Football | Rock 'n' roll | Photography. Only doing one of those here.