One Four Challenge for May- Cottage Life Week 4

The One Four Challenge(you can read about it, and join it here). This challenge is about processing 1 image in 4 different ways over 4 weeks.

For this month I decided to edit a photo that was actually from a 35 mm slide taken in the mid 1960s by my father. My family visited friends who had a cottage up at Madge Lake in Saskatchewan. There were 4 kids in my family and 6 or 7 in the other family(one of the boys towards the right may have just been a friend)!! We had such a good time together.

This week’s edit was done with an ipad app(maybe iColorama or 100 Cameras in 1)…sorry but I forget which app for sure. The effect of this app was to smooth out everything by removing some details and to give a slight glow:

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Gallery of past edits:

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Linking to One Four Challenge week 4 May here. Since there really wasn’t a huge difference between some of the edits I am going to skip the poll this month, but feel free to say in a comment which edit you prefer.

8 thoughts on “One Four Challenge for May- Cottage Life Week 4

  1. The 1960’s? This looks very current, the styles of hair and clothes. And the image seems pristine. You did a great job. It was very hard to pick a favorite but I would say probably week 1. Or maybe week 3. I like the toned down red of the cottage. So that it doesn’t detract, or catch the eye, as much.

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  2. The Sun came out this week 😀
    Mostly subtle changes in your image too this month, so yes hard to decide.
    Viewing on iPad, which I know is different to a screen, Im going to say I like weeks 1 and 3.
    Ive enjoyed this old photo very much this month Marsha 😃


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