One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — December, 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. The photo I’m featuring today is one I took of a Reuben sandwich at a local restaurant.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone 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 photo
Processed using Prisma
Processed using Sketch Master
Processed using Waterbrush by BeCasso

Which image do you like best?

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — November, 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. The photo I’m featuring today is one I took of a gift basket I purchased for some friends of ours who were celebrating their wedding anniversary last month.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone 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 photo
Processed using the Prisma app.
Processed using Sketch Master
Processed using Waterbrush by BeCasso

Which image do you like best?

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — October , 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. The photo I’m featuring today is one I took on vacation this past week. A seagull, who I named Jonathan Livingston Seagull, alighted on a stone wall while we were eating lunch at an outdoor café by the ocean.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone 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 photo
Processed using the Prisma app
Processes using the Distressed FX app
Processed using the BeCasso Waterbrush app

Which image do you like best?

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — September, 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. The photo I’m featuring today is of the fire pit in my backyard.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone 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 photo
Processed using the Prisma app
Processed using the Glaze app
Processed using the BeCasso app

Which image do you like best?

One-To-Three Photo Processing Challenge — August, 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. The photo I’m featuring today is of a deer that was standing on the hill just beyond my backyard fence. When she saw me, she froze (like the proverbial deer in the headlights) and stared back at me until my dog started barking at her, at which point she turned around and bounded down the hill.

All processed photos were made using apps available for the iPhone 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 photo
Processed using the Prisma app
Processed using the Sketch Master app
Processed using the Glazed app

Which image do you like best?