One Four Challenge – Nov Week 2

Over at her blog, Captivate Me, Robyn has started this new challenge. It’s all about processing one image, in four different ways over 4 weeks.

Here’s my attempt for week 2. Alas, I have had very little time this week for blogging generally, never mind attending to this challenge. So this is a bit of a hasty job, sky darkened then the whole image manipulated in NikEffex HDR (which isn’t true HDR, but I thought it imparted an altogether more gloomy look to this image):


Not sure where I’m going with this next week!

Have a look and see what others are posting here.


  1. I really like this look!

  2. Very interesting an old movie set..but nevertheless captivating !

  3. Morning from Oz Sue – i like this experiment.
    Makes me think of film straight away and puts me in some ancient place where its moody and drizzling😀
    You’re note late – we have until Sunday each week 😉
    Thanks for playing!!
    Wishing you some nicer weather xx

  4. I really like the trees in the distant hill, they are a great color hue and this image feels more “together” this week. The sky gloomy, the craggy stone walls and the trees in the background all work well together.

  5. Yes- that’s a bit like the skies around here, Sue! 🙂 Take it easy!

  6. Suzanne


  7. Hi Sue, You have transported us to a remote, deserted temple of ancient times on a moody day…Chris

  8. This is really interesting, kind of surreal. I like the sort of blur in the foreground and the depth of field in this image, as well as the blue look of the trees. Hasty or not, good job. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  9. lovely process I like the moodiness!!

  10. Emilio Pasquale

    It does, indeed, look a bit gloomy. Not a process I’d normally pick for a shot like this but definitely great for the challenge!

  11. Definitely a dark look – shame there aren’t any bats flying around 😉

  12. Hmmmm … looks like a storm’s a-brewing!

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