One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — May, 2022

For this monthly prompt from Kate at The Squirrel Chase, the idea is pick a photo you want to play with and process it using three different methods. Okay, let’s start with the original, which I took of wispy clouds on the sky near my home.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone or iPad at Apple’s App Store. Also, all images, including the original, were resized (shrunk) to make them quicker to load (and to take up less space in my WordPress media folder).

Original
Processed using the Glazed app.
Processed using the Prisma app.
Processed using the Distressed FX app.

Which image do you like best?

My Last Photo — April ‘22

Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly Last on the Card prompt, where he asks us to…

  • Post the last photo from your camera’s SD card or the last photo from your phone taken in April.
  • No editing — who cares if it is out of focus, not framed as you would like, or the subject matter didn’t cooperate?
  • No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  • Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  • Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in April.

This is a photo I took yesterday afternoon. I was standing at the basin of a manmade, recirculating waterfall in our backyard. I love the sound of the water as it cascades down the rocks.

Please note: yes, we are in the middle of a drought where I live, but because this is a pondless waterfall, where the water is continuously recycling through a pump mechanism, it doesn’t waste water.

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — April, 2022

For this monthly prompt from Kate at The Squirrel Chase, the idea is pick a photo you want to play with and process it using three different methods. Okay, let’s start with the original, which I took on my iPhone at Pier 39 in San Francisco.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone or iPad at Apple’s App Store. Also, all images, including the original, were resized (shrunk) to make them quicker to load (and to take up less space in my WordPress media folder).

Original
Processed using Sketch Master
Processed using Prisma
Processed using Tangled FX

Which image do you like best?

My Last Photo — March ‘22

Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly Last on the Card prompt, where he asks us to…

  • Post the last photo from your camera’s SD card or the last photo from your phone taken in March.
  • No editing — who cares if it is out of focus, not framed as you would like, or the subject matter didn’t cooperate?
  • No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  • Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  • Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in March.

My wife and I decided yesterday morning to go out in our backyard and sit a spell with our morning coffee. It was a little chilly outside at 8 am so I decided to fire up our gas fire pit.

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — 3/1/22

For this prompt from Kate at The Squirrel Chase, the idea is pick a photo you want to play with and process it using three different methods. Okay, let’s start with the original, which I took on my iPhone of the dome of City Hall in San Francisco.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone or iPad at Apple’s App Store. Also, all images, including the original, were resized (shrunk) to make them quicker to load (and to take up less space in my WordPress media folder).

Original
Processed using Prisma
Processed using Sketch Master
Processed using Distressed FX

Which image do you like best?