One Four Challenge – March Week 1

Another new month and another fun challenge.. 
This challenge is about processing 1 image in 4 different ways over 4 weeks.
We will all  process / post edit (our own chosen image) and share a different version each week.
You can process it however you like… and tell a bit about it. You don’t have to show the original image unless you’d like to. 
Original - March
Original – March
Try new things, experiment.  Be as creative or subtle as you wish to be.
Week 1 - March
Week 1 – March
For this week I have only made subtle changes. I used the  Exposure feature to darken  the background and then highlighted the image to 40%. I have used  PicMonkey  for these edits.
 What do you think?
Kind thoughts and comments are welcome!
 Click here for more in this challenge.

25 thoughts on “One Four Challenge – March Week 1

  1. Aletta, this is a lovely flower. Reminds me of an Australian native. Do you know what it is?
    I like your changes so far. I wonder – in PicMonkey, can you work with levels or curves? Im thinking about lifting the midtones a touch and lowering the highlights a touch.. Not sure what is possible.
    Looking forward to seeing your next steps 😃😃

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  2. I have all these images lined up in my head last month, ready to go, and now I just have to remember where I saved them on my pc….. This is a great first week for the challenge. Can’t wait to see where you take it, Aletta

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  3. Ek is mal oor altwee jou foto’s Aletta en dis lekker pret om met sulke programmetjies rond te speel en die verskillende effekte te probeer. Lyk asof jy dit baie geniet het. 😀

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      1. 😆 Aletta, dit hoef jy my glad nie te vertel nie, ek weet. Ek het so baie programme waarmee ek rondspeel en baie keer weet ek nie watter een ek moet gebruik nie. Almal se effekte is so mooi, maar is nes jy sê, dit vat baie tyd en werk. 😀

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