AB One Photo Focus: August


This month we got to add our own editing touches to this image by Katie Prior of Drawing with Light


As usual I just played around with the Photoshop filters – I can’t say which one as when I am doing this it is hard to remember to write down what I am doing at the same time I am doing it. I did crop some of the sky out so that the focus was on the cool crazy paving.

Then I went to Photoscape and played around with some more filters there as well as adding a frame.

One Photo Focus: August



ABFriday: One Photo Focus August 7, 2015



Thanks for visiting.

Copyright Raewyn Forbes


20 thoughts on “AB One Photo Focus: August”

  1. You’ve done an excellent job on the photo Raewyn. It sure is fun playing around in Photoshop and with photos. It would make a great painting. 😀


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