Photo-Editing Challenge: Feathers

Prompts and Challenges

“I don’t have ugly ducklings turning into swans in my stories. I have ugly ducklings turn into confident ducks.” ~~ Maeve Binchy

Original

Original

Color Corrected

Color Corrected

Slit Tone

Split Tone

Photo-Editing Challenge : Feathers | Sonel’s Corner Photo-Editing Challenge.

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27 thoughts on “Photo-Editing Challenge: Feathers

  1. I think photo editing programs are simply tools that allow us to realise our own creative visions. I really like the last photo – how clever to actually photograph a duck’s foot underwater.

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  2. What a great shot and such a beautiful duck Emilio. The quote fits this so well!
    Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing. The original and the edits are just amazing. 😀

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  3. In a way all 3 ways are correct aren’t they..?

    The first one as the camera saw it, the 2nd as you saw it and the 3th as you want to see it – no wrong way all 3 are the right way ..? 🙂

    It more easy with black ducks… ‘hehehe’ 🙂 😉

    Actually I like them all 3 – about the first so I always like the view of pure nature… 🙂

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  4. The quote is a great introduction! (I always wondered how a duckling became a swan anyway…) I’m a big fan of the third one. The patterns of the duck, it’s reflection and the water are really brought out… I need to learn how to do split toning.

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  5. I love the second one – and it makes me del a bit of summer – which I am looking forward to – oh that wonderful blue water – even if color corrected – the correction got it right. lol but all three are nice to compare…. but #2 has that amazing hue…. 😉

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  6. ciao Emilio, come stai! 🙂 I love ducks… in our region, there are plenty since it’s the most popular bird meat… 😀
    * * *
    glad to have come across your awesome blog… my very best, tons of inspiration and friendly greetings from Toulouse, France, “old Europe”, cheers! 🙂 Mélanie
    * * *
    P.S. Italy is almost next door: 5h-drive from here… I think origins and roots are very important for our identity.

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