One Four Challenge: May Week 2

Yet again by the skin of my teeth, I’m getting a post in for May week 2 of the One Four Challenge. Hosted by Robyn over at her blog, Captivate Me, this is all about processing an image in four different ways over 4 weeks.

Last week, I showed you a grungy edit to my street image in Catania, Sicily. Last week, I was playing around with one or two apps on my iPad, and found one that made some interesting sketch effects. As I’m short on time this week, I have edited my image with Sketch Master:

SJudd_It_Sicily_2015-04-24-3---Version-4-(1)

Next week (tomorrow or a few days later!), I shall do some more ‘proper’ photo editing! But this sketch idea has me thinking I could do a rapid tour of Sicily in sketches…

Anyway, here is my original image with the two edits so far:

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24 comments

  1. This is really great, Sue. Love it. 🙂

  2. I quite like the sketch effect, Sue. i have one on my laptop and just occasionally get to use it. 🙂

  3. I have to say that I am impressed with this app. I could easily have been convinced that this was a sketch, and not a manipulated photo.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I really like this edit, apps are great aren’t they?

  5. I actually like the sketch effect. I don’t consider it to be cheating at all because not all images translate so well so you did well here. I especially like the way that the architecture stands out in this image. And the contrast with the scooter. Nice one Sue. I think more of your decay/ruins/grunge photos could look good processed this way.

    • Sue

      You’re right about not all images translating well, I’m getting an idea for which ones do. Plus I played around with different presets before I found one which worked to my liking…. 🙂

  6. Like the line drawing of the building, Sue!

  7. Love it too Sue!
    I think it works well as an edition – feels old. I like that 😃
    What a great idea to do a series of your trip!!

  8. Love the idea of a ‘sketching trip’ of Sicily. That program seems to have mastered the art of sketching a bit better than some of the others. I will have to try it.

    • Sue

      I had tried a few programmes, been disappointed and then read about this one from someone’s blog and thought I would give it a go!

  9. I love this sketch…I will have to check out the app you used.

    • Sue

      Oh, do…it’s the best sketch app I have come across….there is a free version, but loaded with ads so I spent a tiny sum on the ad-free version!

  10. That app is magic with the effect. It really looks like a genuine sketch. What is it called? I think I would like to play around with that one…

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