One Four Challenge – Mar Wk 2

Here’s my post for week 2 of the March One Four Challenge as set by Robyn over at her blog, Captivate Me. One Four Challenge is all about processing an image 4 different ways over 4 weeks.

I took last week’s image of the White Rabbit, started in Perfect Effects with a grunge setting to heighten all the detail, prior to applying a graduated fog filter. I then added a circular vignette, reducing the size so that the finished image might be that cliché…a rabbit caught in a headlight??!

Caught in the beam

Caught in the beam

Hop over to Robyn’s blog to see more of this challenge here.



  1. oh Sue- it is a foggy day in wonderland!! Love it!! I also added a touch of a grunge brush in mine for a slightly different effect!! I love your sideways rabbit!!! 🙂 and the old book is just perfect!!

    • The old book is great, isn’t it. And my little rabbit won’t sit up unaided, so I had him lying in this image. But in my next post he is sitting up, with the aid of some BluTack on his bottom….so he can talk to Frodo (at this point, you are free to wonder what planet I am on)

  2. You got the effect you were looking for Sue. Definitely headlights in the fog!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Lovely. Great depiction of mood.

  4. Like waking up in the middle of the night, and through the dim light hallucinating that a white rabbit has appeared on top of your bedside reading. The pocket watch adds a certain urgency to the story…

  5. The dark foggy atmosphere adds a hint of mystery to this image.

    The White Rabbit put on his spectacles. “Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?” he asked.
    “Begin at the beginning,” the King said gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”

  6. Very mysterious. A wonderful effect Sue!

  7. Fantastic misty effect, Sue. 🙂

  8. I really like the spotlight effect your adjustments have made, it adds a kind of theatrical feel to the image for me. Very nice.

    • Thanks, Ben. I thought it needed a different approach! I used a similar effect in another post yesterday ‘when fictions collide’…..plenty of likes on that one but hardly any comments, perhaps it’s too whimsical…..

  9. Nice mood you’ve created, Sue. I like the spot light on the rabbit and book!

  10. 😀 I applaud your imagination and skill – this is lovely! (great idea to use fog)

  11. Ba ha ha… Rabbit in a headlight. Very clever Sue and very creative. Love it!!

  12. Nicely spot lit Sue…

  13. poppytump

    You’re having fun Sue and we can enjoy the results 🙂
    I like this series a lot with its fairytale element !

  14. Oh, you clever thing, Sue! 🙂 🙂

  15. Love it. And I am coveting that book 🙂

    PS: I commented earlier on this post but I think it got sent to your spam folder. You might still find it hiding there 🙂

  16. Misty mood…lovely.

  17. How cool is this … it gave me a chill of pleasure when I saw it … really fantastic! Bravo Sue!

  18. Oh, so imaginative…what a lovely edit.

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